So, I have an article by the name of Best paid to click websites in 2019. The article doesn't violate any conditions that are mentioned in their FAQs, and someone has still disabled ads on it. I don't understand why they have to disable ads on a year old article and for what reason. It has been manually reviewed by someone from Hubpages, and it can't be fixed. If they do this with one more article, then I am off this site for good. Can't tolerate this unless they give me a reason. Any help would be appreciated.
You could start by linking to it. I couldn't see it in your profile
I found it from profile. I'm guessing that HP thought you were publicizing websites that it saw as questionable. If so, it will be difficult to get them to reverse decision.
The pay for clicks industry has some disreputable players. HP is wary of getting its image tarnished or seen to be making money from it secondhand?
I don't know, just speculating.
This is exactly it. For the good of the site, and for the writer community, things like this happen.
It seems you are right Paul. I am waiting to hear their explanation as I have emailed them. Maybe, they should mention this in their FAQ as well. Thanks for your help.
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