I recently published a hub that was explaining a few games from young children to play at halloween parties. However the ads that showed up on my page were for "sexy single/korean wemon" how can I change this. What decides which ads are places? I am really worried that parents looking for childrens games are going to want to click on these ads. Thanks all.
by Kain 360 3 years ago
One of my hubs ads were disabled! This was the same hub that someone copied word-for-word last year (I made a forum post about it). Why would my hubs ads be disabled? I never had this happen all the years I've been writing for HubPages. This was a fairly successful hub too.....
by Shannon 3 years ago
I'd like some help with passing the Quality Assessment Process as my page "contains spammy elements." I have tried changing it multiple times today and have not has success with getting it featured. Will you please give feedback on my Hub Amphibians, Reptiles, and Fish (Cold-blooded...
by Nalini Marquez 3 years ago
Hello,Could I please get help from a moderator regarding ads that were disabled from a moderator on one of my hubs?I know that we are supposed to contact HubPages and not post in the forum regarding the disabling of ads by moderators but I contacted HubPages both through HP and through email on...
by Ann810 6 years ago
Do you prefer Trick-or-treating on Halloween or a family get-together with games and treats?
by riotgrrrl 9 years ago
Bare with me, i'm very new and still getting the hang of it all!!Can we help each other out by clicking on each others adverts, or does clicking the links alone not generate income for the person? Do you need people to make a purchase after clicking your link???
by Dora Weithers 5 years ago
This morning I posted "Roles That Makes Cousins Special." I really thought that I had done a good job, only to receive a HubPages notice that the quality is substandard. I have gotten this notice before, and have been able to figure out the problem. Not this time. ...
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