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Is there anything I can do?
http://hubpages.com/hub/How-Men-Can-Inc … r-Sex-Life
Yes, you can stop writing about sex. You have used the following words:
Each of those will without a doubt trigger the filter.
If you want to write about sex then better get blogspot blog and apply to adbrite. Adbrite seems to have no issues with topics like sex, gamble etc.
OK, what about this: http://hubpages.com/hub/How-Men-Can-Inc … r-Sex-Life
Oh I saw awhile back five minutes b4 I posted this, it disappeared.
me either...How much more sanguine can I make it!
I sympathise - I added a quote from Germaine Greer that used the word 'nip*les' and adsense was blocked until I removed it. The annoying thing is the content may be non-sexual but any key word seems to trigger the filter. Nip*les are not rude. Without them babies wouldn't get fed!
I can see ads (from the UK) so maybe you have fixed it!
I have a hub which talks about abortion it has bo google Ads I'll settle for that
somehow it makes the story more pure without annoying ads...
Ok, I took everything out...now I am wondering if the titles of the books on Amazon make a difference? Anyone know?
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