how to enabled my ads. my hub is talk about kissing and no sexual word,porn or adult content unless kissing (also no link).
i don't understand where is the mistake. i hope that my hub will check by the human and not by the robot.
I tried to write a hub called 'Popular Books for Boys', which had the ads disabled. Instead I called it 'The Best Books for Boys,' and this was deemed acceptable????? Why was the first title not ok?
You need to email email@example.com and they will manually check the hubs. If they are still within ToS for adsense, your adverts will be re enabled.
The reason they are automatically disabled is because both hubpages AND your adsense account could get banned if you violate the adsense ToS.
I think you have a bigger problem with duplicate content and plagiarism. I've looked at a couple of your hubs, and I've found a few that were stolen from other sites. Your kissing hub is a good example. You lifted that word-for-word from another website. You do know that HP doesn't tolerate plagiarism, right?
i have check via google and found duplicate of my kissing hub.
the point is my hubs publish in 2007 and the other site publish in 2009.
Normally I would respond, "How terrible. I hope you can get the other site to take down the stolen content." In this case, I can't as you have other hubs that are plagiarized or taken from other sites as well.
At the end of the day, you did not write the kissing hub or a few of the other ones that I found. I don't know if you paid to have them written or whether you stole them. But they are clearly duplicate. If someone else stole your content, I would think that you would be doing all you can do to get the stolen content taken down.
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