Just a question! My article titled "Pineapples, Massage, Menstrual Cup and Trying to Make a Baby" was initially put on 'Ads Disabled'. I think it's because I mentioned adult toys. So I revamped the article, removed some sections, changed some wording around. I edited the article. Do I email them to let them know to please review it again? Or do they re-check the article after editing?
I noticed that over a hundred people looked at that article overnight. Since the Ads Disabled has been activated on this article, it means that I didn't get any earnings from that activity..correct? Please assist if you can, I truly appreciate it!
Charlotte, open your article on edit mode, go to the "ads" section on the far right side of the screen, and try to switch the ads on again. If you do not have that option since the ads have been disabled you need to write email@example.com and ask them to look at the article and turn the ads back on.
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