I got an email about adds disabled on one of my hubs, because it said the category was not correct to get the most viewers.
I fixed it and did exactly what they said I should do. It has been more than a week and no one has reviewed it or enabled the adds.
How do I get someone to look at it?
I did reply to the email I was sent and stated that I fixed what they wanted me to do.
Send the email again. I have had to send them an email at least twice on various occasions.
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