Is it a violation to get a warining on your hub that ads have been disabled due to your hub content?
It's not a violation as such, but it just means that the content topic is questionable and that's why the adverts have been disabled on that particular page. I wrote a hub about how to meet local girls once and the ads were disabled because it's a topic of a somewhat adult nature. Hope that helps!
It's not a violation. According to HP some of their advertisers will not allow ads to be placed on pages with certain content. If the article is well written and informative, they will allow the article to run without the ads. The fact that the article remains published means you have not broken any rules.
You can remove the warning by setting the ads settings to none for that hub.
I too have a hub without ads.
A friend wrote a hub about child abuse and a certain child that had been abused. They thought the subject was controversial so she could not have ads. It was very educational and a hub of some worth.
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