Today i recieved message that all of my hubs contain adult content. But there are no such content there. My hubs are only about fashion, stars and medicine. There are no links to adult sites. Just some pictures or foto contains large size breast, but they are not erotic or other.
Even hub about ear pinning - was moderated like adult ^). Maybe this problem was caused with google adsense? if i turn of adsense, will my hubs returns? Thanks
~your hubs won't be returned if you open adsense. With such hubs you can never get adsense approval as well.
~google and HP clearly discourage adult content in their terms of service. Read those.
~big..... stars, indian aunties are none of kids' business
~if some of your hubs are flagged HP may turn all down for manual review
~ you can contact the team for better explanation
Write quality hubs that contain at least 500 words.
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