I have this notice on one of my questions. How can I fix this? Thnak you in advance for your help.
Advertising has been disabled on this Question due to automatic content filters.
It means you used words relating to banned topics on that hub. Like tobacco, gambling, sex etc.
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I went through this and it didn't help. Please answer as an alive, sentient being. : )
If you did not get an answer after a few days, check your spam filter. If the answer did not help you, reply to it with a follow up question that is as specific as possible (pasting in the test that got you flagged might help). Those emails are sent by real people.
If it's this one,
http://kenna-mchugh.hubpages.com/questi … falsehoods
I truly do not have a clue.
There are no bad words anywhere, including Comments.
It is not prohibited subject matter or advocation.
I'll be interested to see what the answer is.
There is nothing wrong with the words I used. I am curious as well. HubPages?
@Kenna. The ads are back. My guess, the filter apparently had some sort of indigestion and HP fixed it.
That is what I wondered, unless the question was blocked, because I just went through all of your questions and they all had ads.
That's interesting. They highlighted words. I will watch and see what happens. Thanks.
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