Urgent! Help me solve a baffling message!
In my Home Google Adsense appeared an urgent message, dated April 10, 2012, subject: google adsense ad serving has been disabled to your site. I checked for violation but there was none. Shall I click delete which is found at the end of the message? Or shall I brought the matter to the attention of management?
I'm not sure I understand the question completely. You ads on your hubs have been disabled? Or on your personal website? If it's your personal website it's most likely due to a balance you have to pay. (This has happened to me several times, they give you no warning.) if it's the ads on your hubs, I would email someone at google adsense and ask them what the message is all about. You should probably email them either way to find out exactly what is going on.
For clarity, I'm a hubber in hubpages. Currently, all my hubs are running ads, but I don't know if they're old ads and that new ones are no longer coming to my site. I'm truly bothered.
I can definitely understand your concern. Have you emailed google? I think that's probably your best bet. As a side note, I've gotten emails like this before that have been phishing scams. In fact, I just got one yesterday that said there was a probl
What do you mean by in your home? The question is not clear. You do need to get back with Google for more info as someone else suggested.
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