I'm just writing a hub about low fat ice cream and have received a warning stating that ads have been disabled. There is no sensitive or promotional content so I'm baffled as to what the reason can be.Can anybody advise as to what they think the problem may be?
I believe that weight-loss advice is considered suspect. The reason is the large volume of poor quality content in that area.
Hollie, I was looking at another hub of your on a similar subject and noticed that your hubs are very short ...you may run into problems because of that too. This has no connection with the ads disabled status.. but I thought I would let you know.
Website examiner, is it likely that once the hub is reviewed, providing that the content is useful, clearly written and suitable for publication, the ads will then be enabled? I do agree sofs that the last couple of hubs have been less than 450 words but they were quick and easy recipes. To add additional wordage would have just created lots of filler content. I'm also wondering if perhaps including alcohol in the recipe may be considered a breech of TOS?
The AdSense TOS speak about sale of alcohol. However, since ads disabling may be the result of automated filters, the hub could have been "misunderstood." Definitely worthwhile to contact the email@example.com.
https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … W8Nhs2NKhQ
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