One of my hubs doesn't have ads, just blank spots. Is it something I did?
OMG Sandra.... I Hope it isn't your hub about Orgasimy Things???
Hahaha.... I will wait to post my comment then But ONLY becoz I KNOW what He's doing Wrong!!!
I would start with removing orgasm from the title.
And then removing the word sex from any place it could possibly can be removed without violating the message.
And don't tell me you just shut down Google
lol, I hope not. I am going to remove change the title. I actually don't believe I am in violation of hubpages or adsense.
I think it is a glitch. It has to be, the others are just fine. Maybe adsense can't find the right ads or something. Anyways, I did change the category and got a couple of ads but still a lot of empty spots.
I will just keep playing with it.
yep I did this once by putting the word sex in to many times.
your adsense might be get banned, so i prefer you make a new account for such topics. and make the new account from your refer id
Listening to this advice is likely to get your account(s) banned.
why to take risk as adult content is against their TOS
Did you ever hear that having multiple accounts is against TOS too?
i am asking her to create another account on hubpage not adsense.
Well I am not worried about my account being suspended or banned.
It's not even really adult content. I mean it is but it's not in anyway pornorific or anything like that. So it couldn't be considered sexually explicit material.
Besides I have read hubs that should be classified as sexually explicit but aren't because they are within the guidelines.
But thanks for the suggestion.
I just read the hub Sandra. It is great, but I fear Misha is right. It is outside adsense tos, and I do not know where, as it is so diverse. Maybe Maddie would know? She is always helpful with these things from my experience.
Your hub is fine and certainly not offensive in any respect.
I think that your whole series indicates exactly what your writing objective is.. so in that regard I think you merely have an adsense glitch. You do have a couple of adverts.
When Misha reads it he will kno that the last thing you need to do is to take the orgasm away!
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