I understand about the ads with smoking. My first article was smoking related to possible another Prohibition act.
My first question, please. No hub can be written about any type of smoking. Is that correct, please?
My second question, please. If I want to write an article regarding the 2nd amendment, that is not allowed? If I am understanding correctly, guns are off topic.
My third question, please. I am passion with politics. Regardless, I am polite. I am GOP. If I wrote an article regarding downfalls of Obama, will that classify as discrimination?
My last question, please. If I wrote about the riots, hate it spreads, and those citizens who wore those certain Mike Brown shirts. Is that also classify as discrimination?
I eat, live and breathe history. I am Blessed to have my Bachelor in History.
Is this your other hp account?
It bears your name and has a hub about smoking. I think you'll get more feedback if you make forum posts from your original account rather than create a new account.
The FAQ summarizes the site publishing policies, http://hubpages.com/faq/
Google's ad policies and rules apply AHEAD of HubPages internal rules. It's best to go to the AdSense site and read those there.
My person advice would be to not have a hub that mentions smoking at all, and only mentions guns in passing--not as a subject of the hub.
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