Hi, hubpages, just wanna know if there is a way to enable ads on my hub that ads are disabled. I think my hub are not "really" portraying sexually implicit materials but just only harem animes.
The real bad news is, this hub has the most views of all of my hubs. Tsk. Tsk..
My hub: http://joween18.hubpages.com/hub/10-Har … ould-Watch
Just found this hub http://hikapo.hubpages.com/hub/Best-Har … mendations, same topic ads are not disabled.. Why?
Their hub doesn't have words like "nude" or "sexual" in it. Yours does. Google often won't show ads on hubs that have these words in them.
Also, you may want to cut down on the number of Amazon products you have on your hub. Google will see it as overly-promotional and penalize it.
I'm going to be careful not to get my acount banned by answering this question.
'Harem' is a term used to describe s e x slaves, you use the word in-cest, the word b00bs, s e x y and the content, most people in the west would consider to promote or endorse the sexualisation of children.
I'm not saying the Hub is bad per se, it just won't be able to display Google ads, you can still earn money from the sale of Amazon products.
This details some of the criteria being used,
Ehhh, it's probably because of the content implied by the title. I'm already iffy on the idea of recommending harem anime in the first place (they do tend to be pretty freakin' awful), but the risk of being flagged is just another good reason for me not to.
I am just posting for the anime lovers and enthusiast by the way, I just wanted to share the animes I love so much..
I do not want to edit this hub either, or delete it.. It took me some time to create it so, I am a little disappointed but nonetheless, I will keep creating more hubs..
Just to clarify, I am not a fan of the genre at all. I've only done reviews of two harem anime, myself: Sumomomo Momomo and Fate/Stay Night (to those who say it doesn't count, Shirou lives with multiple chicks and must choose one to be his love interest, thus it's a harem anime). My opinions on them are...not flattering, to say the least. And they're the harem anime I found at least some modicum of enjoyment with--more traditional titles like Love Hina and recent ones like Sukunai and OreShura are just un-forking-bearable to me.
Also, it's relatively pain-free to edit Hubs, so you shouldn't worry about it. Click the Edit button, fix a section or two, and bam! It's resubmitted for Featured and Ad status.
Lastly, I know that I have reviewed Fruits Basket, and I am aware that some people might consider it to be a "reverse harem" and thus count as a harem anime. Some people also happen to be really stupid.
I would cut out the entire "What is harem anime" section. Typically, a "what is ____" section is a good idea, but in this case, it'll only hurt you because you have to talk about it... and tiptoe around certain things and it'll become so diluted that it'll just look like filler.
Plus, people who would be interested in your hub already know what it is.
Lengthen the description of each anime while, again, avoiding anything remotely sexual.
And seriously, REALLY cut down on the products. Like feature one or two of your favorites and nothing more.
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