Is there a way that I can pose a question about a hub directly to Google?
I have a hub where the ads have been disabled by HP as a precautionary measure because of the topic. If Goolge approves it then perhaps HP can enable the adds.
Well, in my experience, HP is just the boss. Regardless if google says yes, HP can and prolly will say no.... But you can go to google.com or mail.google.com and there should be a "contact us" type of link you can click on and email them.
Would it be a hub that could inspire adverts of an 'adult' nature? As this may be why they banned the ads ,,,, as a precaution. However, either way, HP has the authority to decide what ads are displayed on their website. They may have chosen that ads of an adult nature, or regarding the nature of your hub, not be displayed via their website. As a member of the Google Adsense program, they can choose which ads are to be displayed and which aren't.
However, you may find that altering the hub slightly could restore your adsense adverts ....
Actually the tittle is "Nude Photography -a study of shape, texture and form" , there are no nudes. But you are correct, I probably should just leave it alone.
Thanks for the insight,
Hey Luis, you could try contact google through here there are numerous different options if you use the drop down list or follow some of the links - you may spot some appropriate dep to contact here They have a help center and forums too.
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