Isn't that a bit like the teapot calling the kettle black....

  1. lbtrader profile image56
    lbtraderposted 9 years ago

    I just noticed some google ads displaying blue movies and naked pics of wives on a hub. I'm a little perplexed by that. I am almost certain that the rules within the hubpages strictly prohibits porn hubs. The hub i was looking at was about a fantasy film but not the type of fantasy the webbot spiders of Google-eyes are drooling over. Darn those bots....they really are starting to act like humans!!!

    I'm not complaining about that rule. It's a good rule.

    But isn't that a bit like the teapot calling the kettle black?

  2. Shirley Anderson profile image75
    Shirley Andersonposted 9 years ago

    It does seem that way, doesn't it?  That usually happens when a hub is freshly published.  Once the hub is crawled (or whatever G does) then the ads are matched up to the content.

    Meantime, it's Google's 'Do as I say, not as I do' policy.

  3. gbrgn profile image70
    gbrgnposted 9 years ago

    personally, ive never seen an adsense ad wtih a naked woman. what page is that on?

    seen tons of dating sites or marriage sites with hot women on them but none of them have ever been nekkid.