Hi, I got this morning an email from Google AdSense notifying me that my Google adsense ad serving has been disabled to one of my blogs because of its adult content.
I thought I had disabled Google on those pages, but It looks like I hadn't.
Any idea what do I do now?
I agree that I am writing adult content and I don't want Google ads displayed. But, do I need to take any further action or that's it and its all settled and I don't need to do anything else.?
1) go to the AdSense site and really read over the TOS
2) go through your website and remove any coding for Google ads from any pages which don't comply with their guidelines. If you don't, your AdSense account may be shut down entirely.
Even though Google has disabled ads, if you leave the code there, you are in violation of their rules as those pages can be considered to be attempting to serve Google ads, or are evidence of how you are not in compliance with the TOS.
Coming to think about it... I am almost sure that i didn't had any ads showing in that blog for the past Week or so, since I tried to disable Google adsense from that page.
Why did they send me that email if their ads were not showing anyway?
Maybe because you had the ads before and when they looked into it the ads were there and they got late in emailing you. Just a guess. I don't think anyone can say for sure other than Google. You had the ads disabled anyway, so the move didn't really hurt you.
If I were in your situation rite now, I would've spent my time on other blogs instead of trying to figure this out.
I'm surprised it's even allowed on HubPages if Adsense considers it to be adult content.
I think the best option you have too do is Calling for them, because even you send E-mail their workers in read fast and delete.
First step call
Second step explain what happen to you.
Third step talk with masters of hubpages.
Please mark your blog as 'adult' in your Blogger settings, otherwise you may lose that blog as well.
I did a week ago but this is the second time I am getting a "we have disabled your ads" e mail.
The only thing left to do is to threaten (or promise) to beat them with your whips if they don't settle things up over there.
If I could get a contact number to call or a email I would, and I would take an inmense pleasure using my tools
I don't know if this is the correct forum but could someone help me? I use a computer at a public library and for some reason am unable to publish hubs.
I get a message about the IP address being bad or something and when I go to get help through the system it says something about an account being banned.
I just opened this account and have yet to publish so i have no clue what is going on here!
If someone got banned using the computers over there that are use the same IP address as the one you are on, then that might be the reason.
Here is the message:
Sorry, because of rule violations associated with your account or ip address, permission to publish new hubs has been revoked. You can still edit your existing hubs and save your changes to this hub by clicking the done editing button. Your right to publish may automatically be restored through time and adherence to the HubPages rules. Fixing or deleting existing flagged hubs may also help.
You can't tell me that HP is going to ban a major metropolitan library and all its users because ONE person there didn't like ONE thing ONE person did here in the past!
How stupid is that!?
Go to adsense forum and post this question as people there may have better answer.
Is a pity to hear this.
Anyways, still Cheers!
I e-mailed HP and someone was quite capable and totally understood that I am working out of a public library and NOW I am publishing again.
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