I want to be clear about what is the exact thing that got my following hub banned
Did it contain any of the following?
* pornographic images
* links to adult or pornographic sites
* discussion or promotion of sexual aids or toys
* detailed descriptions of sexual acts or practices
* excessive profanity
There seemed to be a fair bit of talk about the chest area of women.
Just checking through Mr Knower's hubs, and there's a lot of those ones that has a bit of a description and then a half dozen or more sexy shots of the featured celebrity... do these hubs get a lot of traffic?
iamtheknower has only been a member for four weeks but the hubs are very similar in style to a few other 'established' Hubbers. I'm also going to assume he's from India (correct me if I'm wrong in that assumption).
I have an intention of publishing a hub on pictures of sexy women. I hope that won't get flagged or banned.
"If you are unsure if your content is allowed, please contact us for a clarification before publishing your hub."
Be sure to put the following words in the tags: boobs, nsfw, porn
That'll bring it to the attention of the automated filters so much quicker.
Just pictures of sexy women. I don't think it's adult content, though.
Granted so some of the images are fairly tame. Though they were taken from a photo set. Which means that it was a from a series of photos, from being fully dressed to fully naked. But each of the images are watermarked.
So the pictures of sexy women, who are in photos that aren't quite adult content, are advertising a pornographic website.
I just clicked to see the contents of hub declared "Adult". The page showed the following message:
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