hello, i am wondering why google adsene turned me down. said i have a tos violation. what is this and how do i go about fixing it? any help will be much appreciated thanks so much.
TOS stands for Terms of Service. There could be a number of reasons for this. Your best bet is to contact adsense, and ask them why you were denied for a TOS violation. Without knowing more about your account, I can't really give you more information than that.
I'm not surprised you got rejected - the quality of your hub is very low.
-Your pictures are very pixelated (try right aligning them or shrinking them in the photo capsule).
-You have bad spelling and grammar in the hub text.
Clean up your hub, write some more quality ones and then re-apply.
Ditto what WryLilt said. Plus, those pictures are copyrighted, and you don't own the copyright. You cannot use them. That, in and of itself, is a violation of the AdSense TOS.
I agree - your hub is poor quality. Why would you not bother to capitalize the first letter of a sentence - you're not writing poetry??
Also, some sentences end with a period and some just end with no punctuation.
If you want to be taken seriously - and you're writing about a serious matter - then at least try and make yourself appear to be more intelligent, particularly with your spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
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