http:/ / translate. googleusercontent. com/ translate_c? hl= id&langpair= en%7Cid&u= http:/ / hubpages. com/ hub/ How-To-Succeed-In-College-While-Working-A-Job&rurl= translate. google. co. id&usg= ALkJrhiry5sxkSGJH5j72uk9-H6csQu5tA
i don't understand this message from my google adsence.
anyone else understand this?
I had this and posted to the forum about it, and I was told it's nothing to worry about. It just means someone put your hub through Google Translator. I have no idea why this should result in the message you got, but apparently it will sort itself out in a week or so.
Hi stacie, don't worry about translator bot. This topic is already covered here and there is nothing to worry about.
hey thanks for the remarks...
i was afraid it was a "bot" attack..
I've had that happen before! LOL
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