I had a surge of views on one of my hubs today, but when I checked it out, ad's aren't showing? Even though they're working fine on my others?
http://builtoncupsoftea.hubpages.com/hu … iend-Watch
See the blank ad-space top right?
Normally you get this when the content of your hub trips HP's ad filter. It happened with a hub of mine, about a certain item of flesh-coloured lingerie. The hub was innocent, but the filter didn't think so!
But having looked at your hub, I can't see why it would do that. I would email HP (firstname.lastname@example.org) and try and find out what's happening their end.
It's not us, in this case. Ads from other partners are still showing. It's just Google AdSense. That would indicate your Hub tripped one of their filters. I hesitate to guess why.
Yea I guess so, I really don't know why though? I mean, the only reason I can really think of is if I have a bunch of stopwords in there? But I can't imagine words like "limbs, explosions, destruction" being stopwords? :S
I have written two articles and had the same problem. The first one was about Moroccan method of preparing green. the adds were off and said the article was promoting some products! I didn't mention any product even the brand of the green tea.
I have seen your hub, you are indeed promoting some movies and in the main time putting their adds via amazon.
Google won't like that, and even if hupeages let you do that, Google add-sense may punish you and remove your add-sense account.
I don't know if you have already an add-sense account or not, but this against Google policy.
I checked and it's not against ad-sense policy to use Amazon affiliate links on the same page as adsense?..
If you don't mean the ad's and just the "promoting" of movies, then it doesn't really make sense either because an amazon affiliate link is promotion with or without the top5 list?
From what I've read Google actually encourage people to monetize their blogs and sites in ways other than just adsense, so Amazon Affiliates isn't a problem at all, and I'm probably one of thousands of hubs using adsense and AF.
The problem is not amazon, the problem is the content of your article and amazon adds, you inciting people to buy the movie in your article and you are putting the same movie in amazon adds.
And this is against Google policy.
Where did you get that impression? If I'm understanding you correctly, you are misinformed.
Yea so I guess it is just that it had too many words such as "decapitation, limbs, slaughter, brain-sucking aliens" coupled with "force" and "girlfriend" flagged it to Adsense.
Thanks for your help, not much I can do really but oh well!
I am missing ads on the article I just posted. One ad block is missing. My article is about how to change adult diapers in a hospital bed.
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