If they don't want adult content in a page, then what do they think they are doing with these types of ads? I'm just wondering
If you write about polygamy and related issues there are ads that show up for polygamous dating. Most of these sites are g-rated looking though and much more tame than the other dating sites that are usually advertised.
Ahhhhh.... Have you seen your pic? Just wondering.
Well, the question is not about one's profile image, and you should remember that Google serves ads for the text accordingly, not for the images
Yes, and if I look at the text of your Hubs, they seem to be all about sexy women. That word "sex" is what the ads are picking up on.
If you want to control your pages ads you need to learn keyword saturation... plus you need to learn to keep the keywords that would serve ads you don't want, to a minimum... I wrote a hub on it if your interrested:
This ad for wife sharing is not meant for helpers or maids.
I just searched the term "wife sharing network" and i got the Site you were mentioning.
Try it in Google search (You can see the same ad being shown in Google search) and you can see this wifesharinggroup. com site is a wife swapping network and not for cleaners.
Google cannot call a Social networking site as an adult site. This is not an adult ad, as that site does not have any adult photos or words.
We are publishers and are clearly under the payroll of google. They can whenever approve or disapprove accounts or even advertisements, that is the agreement that we have with them when we sign up an account with google. So our words don't have any voice to tell them what is right or not.
Ladies - I was just joking about the cooking and cleaning
The thing to remember with google is -
It is a one way street. ~They make the rules. They send the traffic. They do whatever they like. And if you don't like it - you can leave
I remember times when I could easily find Adwords ads about spam bots and warez sites. This means they don't really check each ad before publishing it.
As I recall from my short days as an adwords client, there are some automatic filters but then the ad gets published, only to be later reviewed by a human.
What you can do is filter out certain sites and domain names from showing up through your adsense account.
And for some reason my adsense does not show up on
I only wrote it as a test
First of all, HubPages asks you not to publish "test" hubs.
Secondly, ads are probably not showing because of the combination of words like "pussy," "hard core," "porn star," and "pamela anderson."
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