IWhy does Google Adsense let their filters do the talking?
I have written an article, that I was sure would make great money based on the important information. But they have taken down their ads.
Well, such things happen. I would suggest looking closely at your text, and figuring out how to re word it to where it's compliant.
I've had this problem myself, and in my case Google Adsense messaged me at my Adsense account to tell me EXACTLY what the problem was.
If you are talking about your hub on Teenage Sexual Abuse, it is against HubPage TOS to promote Adsense ads on this topic.
I had ads disabled on a hub (that has since been taken down for being "purely" personal", que sera sera). Turned out it was because I had mentioned Child Services as part of a joke. I changed that one sentence and suddenly ads were turned back on. So it seems to be purely keyword based, and I'm sure even Google doesn't have the manpower to manually read every page that uses their ads to find permissible exceptions. You could try rewording your hub, but if sexual abuse is the basic subject of your hub you're probably stuck.
Yes that is the article in question, but it is important information nonetheless. I thought I had been to my google account in the past few days and hoping to find an email explaining the topic. But I may be mistaken, I'll check again. thank all of you for your helpful response, I appreciate it.
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