I obviously didn't click on an ad nor could anyone else while writing because it was new and had never been published. I noticed the ad disabled sign came up before hitting the publish button! I worked so hard on this one, any advice?
It happens from time to time, depending on the content. The filters work regardless of whether or not, the hub is published.
Everytime you edit or enter a hub, the filters will check the hub, once you leave it.
So the issue is content based? Hmm, so if I'm not gonna make any money on it, do you think I should remove it and take it somewhere else? I think it's a topic that could potentially generate a lot of interest.
Here it is:
You do realize that there is other terminology for the "butt". And, your content is probably riddled with wording that triggered the filters. You can still make money from it, just find simpler words(or if necessary- more complex words) for you content.
I don't suggest moving it somewhere else, but I guess that could work. I think Hubpages is your best bet though.
Thank you for helping! Yes, there is the world derriere and bottom and buttocks and ass but I chose the word I normally use lol. Well, technically I can't make money on it if the ads are disable. So, are the ads still there but un-monetized or they're not there completely?
When you change the content of the hub...the filters will recheck your hub. If the filters find nothing, then ads will not be disabled.
A moderator would have to review the hub to see if it warrants ads to be disabled, however, until that time comes, ads will be placed on it.
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