I just submitted my third Hub for review. I received this:
"Advertising has been disabled due to automatic content filters."
I'm not sure which content or links are being flagged?
http://lauragowens.hubpages.com/hub/Why … stead?done
I'm guessing of course, but with 85 repetitions of the word "breast" I'd start by taking out about 84 of them. Automatic filters are not typically smart enough to figure out that you haven't written a fine piece of porn, with that terrible word repeated so many times.
Thanks. Yikes. This is troubling. After a week of doing mega research and writing what I think is a well-thought out article, this isn't supposed to make Google Bot see it as content stuffed porn site. Ugh. I had no idea I was writing porn, LOL. But it def makes sense. I used the word so many times organically because "breast" goes with the associated phrases (breast cancer, breast cancer prevention, breast cancer screening, breast MRI, breast thermogram to very PURPOSELY distinguish these imaging tests from just any ole MRI or thermogram ...critical this is specific). Hmm. I'm going to petition for an override (for lack of terminology at Hub, I'm new here). Thanks for the detective work!
I had something similar happen on a Hub about contratiempo in flamenco. The English for that, which I used, is "off beat." Switch those two words around, and you see what the algorithm thought I was talking about! Just send in a request to have the Hub reconsidered, and all should be well.
This kind of problem is not new. Sometimes it can be solved with the use of other words, sometimes not. Why you used "breast" so often is obvious and I don't see getting around a lot of it. While "boob thermogram" might get the point across, it isn't going to do much for your hub!
Nor is it HubPages fault. Adsense rules are extremely strict in this regard, and violation can not only cost you your adsense account (forever) but that of everyone writing on here as well. Far better to err on the side of caution than take chances, and that is what HP does.
Good to see that you got your ads back.
Google gets very sketchy about "mature" topics. Unfortunately there are a variety of legitimate discussions and information which fall into this unresolved grey zone. As a result, HubPages has set some algorithms in place on this end which are meant to protect your AdSense account (and HubPages') from being canceled due to accidentally being perceived as "adult" by the Big G.
What you want is to email admin and request a "manual review," meaning a human reads it and makes a decision.
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