Recently I celebrated one year on hubpages and decided to write a hub about my experiences. In fact, I've only just begun and so far the hub is only one paragraph long. It is entitled 'An amateur writing on the internet - Hubpages, one year on' and starts off by explaining that I was completely new to online writing and did not even know what basic terms like backlinking were.
Already a warning has come up saying that the ads will be disabled on this hub. Why??? I cannot imagine what the problem is. If anyone has any ideas I would love to hear them.
I just finished a hub. When I started it I first put photos in and saved it unpublished. The same thing happened to me. I ignored it and continued to add to the hub over the next 2 weeks. The disabled ads message dissapeared shortly after adding more content. just continue to write in it. It should eventually go away.
I recommend trying to complete the hub, as the pattern and frequency of words may play a role. If the warning is still there when you're done, contact HubPages prior to publishing.
Exactly the same thing happened to me recently, and I concur with Daffy Duck and Website Examiner. By the time I had my hub completed and ready to publish, the ads disabled warning went away. Hopefully this will be the case for you too. (In my case I think it was the word 'stimulation' that had triggered the warning, although I was using it purely in the context 'intellectual stimulation'...!)
Giselle Maine, I read your hub just now, and it is very benign. I agree about the word, however. In the OP's case, "Amateur" may be the problem. I also believe the warning will most likely go away when more text is added.
Eleanor's Words, thanks for letting me know. Glad it was solved.
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