line through my dollar sign. Why?
Others have similar content to mine and get Adsense, but I don't. Can anyone explain this to me? Can I contact hubpages and get it lifted if I present my case?
My traffic is consistent each day, and my hub and hubberscores have risne without fail over the past five days, so my content must be interesting. It is interesting. It's extremely useful and informative stuff for people overcoming a sexual addictions and like I said, others with similar content are getting adsensed.
Any help would be very grateful
Hi there, and welcome to HubPages. The key here is not whether or not your content is interesting, but whether or not it meets AdSense's Terms of Service. In the case of your hub, the subject matter runs afoul of the adult content rules, and therefore cannot have ads displayed on it. This is for your protection, as well as ours. Many users have their AdSense account disabled for displaying ads on inappropriate content.
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