If the article violates the Google/HP rules, the ads stop being served.
It may be that the spiders crawled it an mistook something in the article for a violation. If you think that is the case after reviewing the terms of service, then you can always ask an HP admin to review the hub and see if it was a mistake.
I have one full compliant hub that have no ads on them, and have been unable to figure it out myself. I do plan on sending an email on Tuesday to staff to have them check on the hub itself.
Wow, I thought we at least get notified 'ads are disabled' n can find that in our 'my account' list.
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