Has anyone had their Adsense Ads disabled? I noticed within my account where Hubpages explains traffic rising ^ traffic falling and so on. It's at the bottom of the page within your account. I'm curious and if anyone has had their Adsense Ads disabled, why? Please explain why? Thank you.
I had mine disabled on a hub about chances of getting pregnant from unprotected sex. I'd already checked with hubpages before publication to make sure it wasn't violating ToS.
They manually reviewed it and put adverts back on. I think the hubs just get automatically flagged based on certain words.
Wow, you taught me something. I noticed it at the bottom of my account and I started to worry. I'm happy to hear they put the adverts back on. Thank you.
It's really more for your safety than any other reason. You can get banned permanently from adsense if you have inappropriate content, and this is hubpages way of making sure that you don't lose your account.
They probably just have a key word list of automatically banned words such as "sex" or "pornography". That way if you get an adsense click on those hubs there's less chance you'll get in trouble.
Then the HP team can manually check it to see whether it's actually violating adsense ToS or not.
Those are symbols and their explanations at the bottom. They will be found next to the affected Hub. Think of it as a heads up to prevent loss of your Adsense n opportunity to make corrections.
You should read the official announcement.
Mrvoodoo - started a thread on this subject its at the top of the forums some good posts
My sister got all her hubs flagged but was later reviewed manually by hubpasges. It is a good way of ensuring that everyone is protected.
After reading so many comments and concerns about this topic, I learned. It's a real good thing that Hubpages does manually review Hubs because I do understand when a Hub is first published, it is published by a computer. I appreciate what Hubpages has been doing to ensure Hubs are compliant.
by William F Torpey 4 years ago
Ads on my hub titled "Alex Kelly Rape Case: Talk About Rushing to Judgment! " have been disabled by a moderator. While I do not really care about making money on ads (I'm not even sure what ads I had on the hub) I'm puzzled about this action by HubPages because there remain two ads on my...
by Has_aWayWithWords 9 years ago
I set up a blog on blogger, the only adsense ads that show up are crap about blogs...I am not trying to get people to build a blog or learn to blog or visit blogs about obama....dammit I just want to get people interested in green products and home improvement products..lol
by Nathan Bernardo 10 months ago
Adsense sent me a message that says that my publisher ID is not in my Hubpages and HowTheyPlay ads.text files. My earnings are fine generally, not too concerned, just wanted to bring the issue to your attention.
by Eugene Brennan 10 months ago
In the HubPages earning program, two of these ads are displayed on articles. So why are they included at all? Do they have the advantage of generating earnings form clicks and the HubPages ads don't (or do they?)
by jmckiernan86 9 years ago
do you get paid for when people click any of the adsense ads on your page or just some certain ones?because i was a little confused about the way they explained it when i signed up. i was also wondering if its allowed to sign up under other affiliate programs using hub pages (say bodybuilding.com)
by Steve 4 years ago
If we don't have an AdSense account, why must our Hubs have AdSEnse ads?People have lost their AdSense accounts, have not been approved or simply do not want an account, so why must they displace the AdSense ads on their Hubs?
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