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When I posted a new hub I got an alert stating my hub may have content violating Google terms.In fact I have not posted anything against Google terms. My article is on how to make money on internet. I have used words such as "paid to post" that probably would have created problems to my hub.
As far as I know if you encourage some one to click Google ads it's a violation. But that does not mean an article should not contain a word "Paid". This is really disappointing. Can any one tell me the possible solution? I can't publish my hub even after editing. In fact I have deleted many sentences and the article has lost its charm already. Still it keeps on telling there is a possible violation.
Not sure about "Paid To Post" but Traffic Exchange and Paid To Click might raise some flags.
You should email firstname.lastname@example.org and they can tell you the exact reason there is a problem and how to remedy it.
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