Okay, setting up for Google Adsense. After a review for the last week I got this email:
we have disapproved your account for the following
Site does not comply with Google policies
Ermm, what's this mean? My hubs aren't good enough? When I log in it says this "Please resubmit the details below, if your application was not submitted due to problems with your website please ensure they have been resolved".
So can I just resubmit my application? I don't see anything wrong with anything I'm doing.
Your Hubs about child abuse are a problem. You will notice that HP is not displaying AdSense on those, either. Review the AdSense terms and conditions and also HP "Subjects to Avoid: here:
I think you should have a rich and good content,not duplictae,important hubs with more than 300 words.
You story including mention of drugs and alcohol might be the problem.
I actually turned the ads off from "A Child of Innocence" - they've never had ads on.
In that case, contact HubPages staff when they are back at work on Monday and ask them to look at your account and give you advice for AdSense approval.
The person reviewing the account may not appreciate that subtlety. I suggest unpublishing it until you get approved.
No, but when Adsense looks at your sub-domain, it can see those Hubs. They will worry that you might change your mind and show ads once you get approved. Best not to write Hubs on "illegal" subjects until you've got your Adsense account approved.
I'll just unpublish them two and see if that gets me accepted after a few days.
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