In the process of writing a hub, I got a message that my ads would be disabled. I'm not even attempting to go up against the big G on it's definition of appropriate content. What I want to know is since my hub is essentially a infosales hub on a yard game and amazon sells that game...am I going to lose out on that potential revenue as well?
The warning got removed before I hit publish. If there is someone specific to thank for this: Thank you!
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by Sally Gulbrandsen20 months ago
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by Marisa Wright3 years ago
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