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help on hub

  1. profile image0
    ssaulposted 6 years ago

    I have automated content filter pop up after I published my hub. All ads have been disabled on my hub until I review the hub and probably make some changes. I don't know what to do. Please help!
    http://hubpages.com/hub/Vaginal-Dryness … d-remedies

  2. WryLilt profile image92
    WryLiltposted 6 years ago

    Maybe you need to read the ToS of an company you sign up for before you decide to use them.

    In particular this part: https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … wer=105957


    The AdSense network is considered family-safe, which means that publishers aren't permitted to place Google ads on sites which contain adult content. In addition to photos and videos which contain nudity or sexual activities, here are some other examples of unacceptable content:

    Sexual tips or advice

    1. Sally's Trove profile image82
      Sally's Troveposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      ssaul's Hub is informative and useful. There is nothing un-family-safe about it. It is also not "adult content". There are no photos or videos which contain nudity or sexual activities.

      Vaginal dryness, like erectile dysfunction, is a matter of human life and ought to have an open forum, with AdSense participation, like chocolate chip cookies.

      There's nothing unacceptable about ssaul's Hub except how eyes blinded by "family-oriented" dictates in terms of dollar-earning advertising look at it in order to corner their best investments on the market.

      Good for you, ssaul, for putting the Amazon ads right at the top of your Hub. They might work better for you than any AdSense ad.

  3. Sally's Trove profile image82
    Sally's Troveposted 6 years ago

    When vaginal dryness becomes a matter of Google taboo content, then I want to spend the rest of my life on Mars. Hopefully, I'll live my life out there without a wireless connection to Earth.

    I read your Hub and found it informative and helpful.

    The TOS of HubPages is sort of clear about what is Google-safe. Unfortunately, Google is not clear. Topics like erectile dysfunction still get penalized by Google, although they are legitimate topics of inquiry, and apparently vaginal dryness gets penalized, too.

    Maybe the HubTeam might have some insights into this.

    Meanwhile, Google ads may not appear on this Hub, but you are providing needed information.

  4. Aiden Roberts profile image83
    Aiden Robertsposted 6 years ago

    I had a similar problem a while back on a hub about arthritis and sex, straight away the automatic filters kicked in and gave me the same message.

    I followed the advice of Cagsil and others which was using alternative words until the filters went off. I then had it reveiwed by HP and it was accepted as useful information and allowed.

    Just tweak it until the filters go off, they are automatic and you can't reason with them.

    Good luck

    1. Sally's Trove profile image82
      Sally's Troveposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      That's good advice...maybe down the road, when you and others like you work hard to get good information accepted by the sex censors, changes for the good will happen for all. I'm just sorry that filters take the place of human brains.

      1. Aiden Roberts profile image83
        Aiden Robertsposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        I will second that !

  5. Aiden Roberts profile image83
    Aiden Robertsposted 6 years ago

    Sally I wrote one on ED as well, seem to remember having the same problem so good point. Just checked and google are happily displaying ads on there so maybe they recognise it's a genuine health issue.


  6. Sally's Trove profile image82
    Sally's Troveposted 6 years ago

    I'll add something here which is a bit beside the point, but telling of how much we don't know about Google..

    I wrote a Hub nearly three years ago, which did not show AdSense ads for the first 2-1/2 years. There was nothing in that Hub that violated anyone's TOS.

    I emailed the Hub Team, posted the issue to Google forums, and got a run-around from everyone for a long time. Interestingly, that Hub now has Google ads on it, as of a few days ago.

    I have no idea how any of this works. Sometimes you need to go with the flow, but sometimes you need to be the squeaky wheel needing grease.

    Just keep plugging to present your good information, whether the Google Gods like it or not. The times will change as you persist with information people need to have.

    Aiden, you experienced the same thing I did...there's hope for us all.