I wrote a hub called "Educational Chapter Books for Preschool and Elementary Age Children." Ads have been disabled on this hub based on an automatic content filter. Is there any way to find out what word or phrases may be causing problems? Does Google have a tool for this? I've looked through Google's rules and can't see anything in my hub that could possibly be considered objectionable.
Probably because you have many words related to very young children. I suggest you send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for a moderator to review it.
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