Wasnt really sure where to ask this so I've optted for in here
I'm currently building a website for a friend who is part of a burlesque group. She has given me permission to put some google ads on there but I'm not 100% on weather it's just over the line. I mean, there is no more nudity than an underwear advert, but I dont want to risk my account without looking into it further and the guidelines are pretty vauge. Can anyone advise me on this?
Hubpages is a place to put a one or more articles - It's not a place to build a website.
Perhaps you have got Hubpages mixed up with blogger.com or wordpress.org ?
And to answer your question, that sort of content is all over hubpages, so I can't it would be a problem if you wanted to put up some pages on that topic.
Cheers, Eric G.
Well aware cheers I build websites for people as another side project.
Cheers, but I was thinking more of whether my Google Ads account will be suspended for it. I only ask on here as a lot of hubbers have Google Ads accounts
Cheers anyway Eric
OK, sorry - I misunderstood.
Sorry, I don't know exactly where Google "draws the line".
Although a lot of the hubbers who put up picture galleries with scantily clad women seem to have no problems retaining their adsense accounts.
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