In my 5 recent hubs about suicide prevention and awareness ads are disabled. I mailed the team and their reply was:
" Your other hubs include information on suicide, a topic that is sensitive in nature. We want hubs that are well-written and important to remain published, even if they cover topics that are too sensitive to be advertiser-friendly. Your hubs will remain published, your HubScore will not be impacted, and you may use Amazon capsules. Let us know if you have any questions."
So, will I try them to publish elsewhere or keep them here only for reputation? I had a plan to write 5-10 more related hubs. But disabled ads are not inspiring me at all. What should I do?
You have no Adsense account, so what does it matter? Keep them here with ads disabled, move on to something else.
Keep these hubs on hubpages and apply for adsense.Also write more hubs and more articles means you adsense account will approve easily and faster if you have more articles
I'd say use Amazon adverts, but I'm not sure exactly what you could place on suicide hubs.
It's up to you. Some other sites that don't use adsense may take them.
Maybe you should take Norah's advice:
"Creating multiple forum threads about having ads disabled will not expedite the review of your hubs."
It's really hard to monetize these types of topics without looking like you're trying to cash in on someone else's misery.
If you know of books on suicide prevention and depression you could recommend a couple personally and give an in depth reason why - it might actually be appreciated by the reader. But I think streaming products in a strip right beside text on suicide is pretty risky.
Saleheen you could always use Amazon books on handling problems of self confidence, Low self esteem, handling rejection, handling failure , fear etc to monetize your hubs.
Books on communication skills, assertiveness etc can be thrown in.
Hope this helps.
Dude, just don't mention suicide prevention!
Call it "Life extension" or "improving the quality of life"!
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