Hi, I recently needed to disable ads on a Hub due to unsuitable content. I then removed that content and then reinstated the ads. However the warning in my account stayed there. So I disabled the ads again, to be on the safe side.
This was a few days ago. Should I now just try to reinstate ads again or should I contact Hub admin and request a manual appraisal before doing so?
Thank you for your assistance.
If you have ads enabled but are still seeing a warning about ad-safety for the Hub then it may be that the ads have been disabled by a moderator.
Usually the best way to address such issues is to email us at team at hubpages dot com. Make sure to include the URL for the specific Hub about which you are asking.
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