I have another email inquiry to the Team HubPages mailbox from four days ago that hasn't been answered. It regards a moderator turning off my ads for some unknown reason on the article, "Gratitude Playlist: 59 Songs About Gratitude and Thanks." This lack of responsiveness happened in late February too. Is the mailbox being monitored? Who can help?
Maybe they just dont want you to make money....who knows.
Are you sure that it was a moderator who turned off our ads and not Google? Google will block ads from articles with material that it deems objectionable. I think the determination is done by AI because the results are not always correct. For instance, every time I make a change to my article on pussy willows, Google blocks the ads because of the word "pussy" in the title. So far, the HP Team has been very responsive about overriding Google and turning the ads back on.
I have a feeling everything has slowed down because of Coronavirus, school shut downs and mandates that keep employers/employees from operating within their usual routine.
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