I wrote a hub and published it a couple of days ago and it's very clinical in nature. I just recently learned about Google's poison words and realized I may have written something Google with think is poison-worded. Here is the hub:
No poison words are used in the title, subtitle, subheadings, keywords, or photo titles or captions. Just in the text.
And what will Google do? Suspend my Adsense? Should I just unpublish it?
Thanks in advance for any advice.
Did they pull the adds off your hub? If not, then you don't need to worry.
No, they didn't pull their ads but the ads had nothing to do with the content. Bollywood stars and such. I don't want to lose my Adsense account like some others have.
I think I'll just rewrite it and see if I can still make it make sense.
When I started a thread because I wanted to do research on blood types and beliefs it was immediately closed and It was said I was trying to promote my hub. Why is your thread, pointing to your hub allowed?
Probably because it was genuinely asking for help with a hub technicalities and not for help with a hub case?
I genuinely created the hub to do the poll and made it noncommerical
Nah, I was not clear enough probably. But I don't know how to say it better. Try to re-read what I said, may be it helps, or may be a native speaker will chime in with a better explanation.
No - you were perfectly clear.
She is being deliberately obtuse and prefers to pretend not to understand the difference between starting a thread to ask for help and starting a thread to get people to come to her hub - regardless of how commercial it is.
Yes, I learned there are certain words that Google doesn't like, and when someone wrote a clinical article on areola reconstruction, it didn't like the word nipple. It was on another forum and then people began leaving other words they knew to be poison words to Google. I'll see if I can find it again and make a list to post for everyone.
I got scared and unpublished the article, it was about transgender surgeries and contained descriptions with clinical terms.
I do still want to know, what should I do? I'm thinking I'll just rewrite it somehow without the certain words.
But what would Google do about my Adsense account? Do they give you time to fix it?
here's a poison word! Google SUCKS!
paying out nickels and dimes, sometimes pennies in return 4 billions in profit.. this market is 2 saturated 2 make money!
the only topic of choice to make money is" how to make money"(online)
highest clicked category by percentage
True, medical sites do use those words, I got them from some of those sites. You're right. Hmm..
i would think that a lot of medical sites or sites with health information would include some of these 'special' words.
Transgender surgery might get lots of traffic but no clicks so I wouldn't worry!
If you write about SEO you might get paid better. Its the only category that makes money
although Amazon products seem to do alright!
Amazons products are the best choice 2 make any money ,IMO !
Do you have a tool that shows the amount of clicks a topic receives ? That is excellent i would pay a couple thousand for it!
SEO is the only topic that makes money!...wow, the interesting part. is that is exactly the opposite of the truth..those that are familiar with SEO and other tech subjects are also familiar with adsense, therefore are adblind and never click
What Amazon product would one buy in relationship to "transgender surgery'?
here is a keyword for you
prices cosmetic surgery $10.13
breast enlargement prices $14.75
laser surgery $10.00
seo niche the only topic that makes money...?
If they did not pull the ads, I don't think you need to re-write it Sandy. I would publish it again. Unrelated ads are a common place on new or low traffic hubs, no worries about that either.
I just googled this category (google poison words) and I don't think they are real.
misha, how much money do you make off 18 hubs from google compared 2 Amazon? You must write a ton at squidoo or somewhere I suppose. My point was adsense does not pay out the best compared to amazon, IMO !
From HP? About $300-500 monthly. All Adsense, almost nothing from Amazon and Ebay.
Not a cent of that money comes from SEO niche.
only 18 hubs in 2 years. and I thought I was slacking' with 15 in 4 months. LOL just kidding
I easily found the forums, here's one. I can't go through all the posts to list the words, but if you read this you'll have a good idea.
http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/A … &hl=en
I wonder how valid that thread is,
Correlation does not imply causation
I have dozens of hubs and sites that are focused on plastic surgery keywords as its a saturated niche the traffic isnt wonderful but the payouts are huge,4-5 dollar clicks sometimes..
I wouldnt feel uncomfortable publishing that topic with the included keywords under my own ID.
Thanks, Misha and Sunforged. I did republish it and I'll wait and see if anything comes of it before I do anything else.
Deborah, I don't know about your hubs, but I put my link in here to get help with it. You can't post your link so people will look at it, but when you want help it's a bit necessary for people to see what you're asking about. I hope that helps.
to be 100% by the forum rules, any thread started by a hubber that is intentioned in getting views back to a hub and includes a link to the hub should be in the "extreme hub makeover" section, but I can see how "need help,ask here" would seem like the right place!
adsense setup, then ad review center.... that was supposed to be sarcastic meaning the only way 2 make money is to write about making money... guy selling how to get rich quick by using get rich quick scheme... nm I guess ya missed the joke... I have NEVER written SEO but yet the highest number of ad impressions served are 'get rich Quick' on review center... but yet not a single dime as I said about dimes, nickels and pennies... as far as transgender... i still doubt that would pay no matter what you say, thats just my opinion and I still doubt mishas 18 hubs bring 300-500 month...just don't see that as more than big talk... the only one i could imagine is the verizon or game console making money with all the Vidiots online. Vidiots r a good 2 the wallet.
Well Mel, I work full time online...or more appropriately I make a full time income online, I believe Misha does also.
The keywords I provided you are ones that were gleaned from the hub in question. Did you understand what I showed you?
I have around 200 hubs published, of those hubs approx 25 of them bring in 90% of my adsense income. I bet MIsha makes that 300-500, from 5 or 6 of his hubs...your next question should have been , wow, whats your weekly traffic!
I have no idea what your intentions are with your online activities, but if you are interested in income, I suggest blathering less, never assuming and treating the occasional seed of truth as te treasure it is.
your right the "make money online" niche is huge....but its not practical to break into for adsense, its great for information products and selling snake oil.
Adsense is a program that can actually be pretty well predicted. You just have to learn how to look, your "opinions" show that you have not figured out how to look yet and you should probably look harder or at different places.
on googles rev share w/ publishers
Tech gadgets and video games r the only real money ..... I don't intend to make this full time work... this is sideline goof off money and no I'm not interested in his traffic of a WHOLE 18 hubs... anway say what you will
SEO selling SEO to SEO to SEO... keywords...keywords.. keywords. keywords.. its all mularkey and big talk for 'I can type a tag'
Buy ( fill in the blank ) online
Buy ( fill in the blank ) online
Buy ( fill in the blank ) online
Glad my generation was not in the Twitterworld of today
I can see maybe with a personal website and driving traffic 2 it but how about HP alone.. how much really is made by HP alone... i bet most is countless hours of writing from other sites 2 drive traffic from driving traffic 2 a website... anyway i'm not really interested in that like i said its side mony.. sidepennies
15 year old girls online don't buy stuff by clicking ads.. they mess with myspace and facebook pages.. the old generation with the money doesnt even buy online or attempt 2 get online... the next generation got lazy ,wanted 2 make money 4 nothing and don't produce nothing but clicks from a screen... alll borrowed marketing dollars from the accounts of "savers' who produced something WITH effort... the internet generation is dragging down the productivity of america and soon will destroy economical base. Thats my opinion.
I like hubpages itwas fun 4 awhile but this fake economical scheme by google to throw out ads 4 nothing but a click is about to fade within a few years. America dont produce nothin'
Actually, your 100% right! except for your limitation of where the money is (tech and video games) there is money in every topic, because there are advertisers in every topic
Its disheartening when you make "sidepennies" but you learn to make "side dollars" and the dollars add up!
Advertisers pay for those ads, they do it because when you know what your doing adwords is capable of laser targetting your customers and high conversions..it works from both ends (for a select few)
its not the number of hubs (or sites, or blogs or lens) its the traffic generated and the conversion level of the hub.
My very best trafficked hub gets more hits alone in one day, than all my others combined...but, its conversion rate is rather low (clicks and sales) because its not in an imminent demand/question asking topic
but in general your right, this industry is easy...people get to hung up with gimmicks and non issues and make it easier for teh rest of us who dont
Well at least you realize your makin money 4 nothin, but soon that will drive the tax base sooo high on the working producers by marketers transferring wealth to google then to this 'easy money' industry that it might end up bad. I guess I cant complain since I'm here trying to get the easy money too. good luck 2 you 2 although it sounds like ya don't need it.
I don't write about SEO or about making money online and I earn money. Not a great amount but good for what I consider a hobby.
I have also made most from AdSense.
If I thought I was being exploited by Google I wouldn't be here, there are other sites that don't rely on AdSense.
If you want to make Amazon money on a transgender hub, how about selling very large sized women's shoes.
Thats a great idea, thanks, Dorores!
I unpublished it again, my ads are pulled. But, no emails or messages in my account, so am I ok if I just don't republish using those poison words? Or should I contact them?
We don't display ads on unpublished hubs, so if that's what you mean by "my ads were pulled," no need to worry. If you noticed that there were no ads on it, and that's WHY you unpublished, that's another story. I read your hub, and I don't see anything wrong with it. Even if Google pulls ads on one of your pages, they probably will not suspend your account, but if you're worried about it you can set the ad level to "low" and utilize Amazon and EBay capsules to make revenue instead. I'm sure there are lots of relevant books people might like to buy after reading your hub.
Whew! Thanks, Maddie. Yes, I noticed there were no ads on it before I unpublished it. I'll just be more careful in the future. What a bummer that an institution like Google can't discern between smut and clinical terms.... geez....
12,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 pages with hot sexy nipples, and you expect them to discern yours as different?
The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the one. I had some Jock Sturgis photos on one of my hubs before I discovered the google anti-nipple thing. Guess that is why Playboy models have them airbrushed out. Wouldn't want to offend any one with actual body parts.
And I think unpublishing it made my score go down... I'm going for coffee.
I just deleted a Hub that Google refused to run ads on.
The "poison words" appears to have been either "Kelly Kelly" or "Vixen" or both.
I checked a few other Hubs with "Kelly Kelly" on them, and sure enough, no ads.
She musta done something really baaaad.
I know, "why didn't you just take out the Kelly Kelly reference?"
Because it ruined the flow of the Hub and rather than seeing it crippled, I just got rid of it.
So yes Virginia, there are poison words or stop words.
If anyone is feeling brave, do a Hub and use those two words and see if Adsense will run ads.
by Keith Ham4 years ago
I've never generated a cent from these two programs and they've also never really worked properly. Constantly my adsense claims its active then I'm not approved, then it just mucks up everything. I'm not making any...
by vespawoolf3 years ago
A week ago, I received an email from Google AdSense saying my application had been partially reviewed, they would continue to review my site and it would be either approved or disapproved in 4 business days. I still...
by SEO Expert Kerala8 years ago
I have one adsense account and analytics account in same email ID .According to google ,"Now you can track your earning sources in adsense , by using google analytics" But adsense earnings...
by Andrew Day21 months ago
Hi,I've signed up and am ready to start making hubs in my specialised subject, but I was wondering what the earning potential of hubbig (if that's a word) actually is. I realise it all depends on how attractive your...
by Ananta657 years ago
Well, that’s nice, very nice. I haven’t got a clue of what I did wrong. And after filling in the online appeal form they told me they had reviewed my account information, taken my feedback into account, but still...
by Julie McFarland4 years ago
I'd like to consider myself an asset to the hubpages community. Although I began relatively recently, I have over a dozen published hubs, and I even won the rising star award for one of them. I have applied...
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.