Could you please define under what conditions a hub has to be marked as "Mature Content".
1. Can I show topless pics of women or is any nudity prohibited for regular hubs?
2. Is it allowed to link from a regular hub to an adult related website?
3. Maybe you can offer an on/off switch in the future to bring back adult hubs to the index (adult content filter like in the Google preferences)?
In general, if they have nudity they should be marked adult (unless it's in the art category - judgment call here). There shouldn't be any links from a regular Hub to adult content.
But the above siad case is not working well i think.. as example i published some nude art hubs of pics from metart(comes in art category only i think)..
see this hub..
but its always giving mature content tag for the hub.. y this is happening as you said its exceptional for nude art photography..
plz clarify my doubts paul...
you can see that there are no links to adult content from my hubs..
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