Just looking for a little advice from HP, I created this hub for a bit of a joke and posted the link in the forums earlier to give another hubber a giggle.
http://hubpages.com/hub/LadyBoy-Feet--- … eet-Lovers
Half an hour later it's been flagged as containing adult content and marked as needs revision.
There are thousands of sexual advice hubs on HP, all of which break the Google adsense terms and conditions, but as this has been marked as 'needs revision' before I waste any time trying to revise it, I was wondering if Maddie or any HP staff member could tell me if I'm better off just deleting it. Pictures of feet are obviously far naughtier than boobs and butts all over the shop, or advice on how to use a dildo to aid your love play.
emailing the team is way more efficient way of communication then posting on forums
Looks okay now. You had adult products in your EBay capsules.
Ah right, OK, well that's ebays doing, I didn't choose them.
But many thanks for the quick response, I knew if I included a link in the original post somebody would be along to snip it shortly.
p.s. stick that up ya trumpet Misha, lol, what's the most effective means of communication now?
It depends whether or not I happen to be sorting through the team email box or moderating the forums at any given moment. But if I'm hunting spam, you're outta luck.
Aha! then I suppose you spotted the great white spamshark that passed through these waters earlier.
Aye! I threw me harpoon at the cursed beast, but she waggled her dorsel and continued upon her path of destruction. Not a pretty sight, I assure ya!
Dang. Should have read it when I had the chance. I miss all the fun stuff.
Don't worry, you didn't miss much, just me getting my pants in a twist.
It's difficult to stay angry with Maddie for long though, especially as she forgot to snip my link above, HA-HA-HA-HA (evil overlord laugh).
Sorry for the tantrum, I get all uppity sometimes.
Wait until she sees my upcoming gallery hub of women eating bananas, she'll have a heart attack.
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