I am curious as to why, on my most recent hub, Google ads were displaying and now suddenly are not displaying? There are no symbols next to the hub listing on my stats page saying ads disabled or anything. Any thoughts out there?
Google can in each case decide whether or not to display ads on your hub. In this case, I find it understandable if they decide not to. The title of your hub is "The Sex-Saturated Internet and Google Ads."
Why would that be, Website Examiner? Shoot if that is the case I will take it down and post it elsewhere, lol. I would think it is because it has the word "sex" in it? Nothing dirty or porn, but censorship for sure. I wrote about a valid situation and give proof in the screen shots. Simple facts.
Google's foremost - in fact its only - concern is to please the advertisers. It is a very conservative enterprise when it comes to content. Mentioning Google and Sex in the title (and contents?) may well explain it. But the fact is that Google does not guarantee it will run ads just because you have not disabled them.
Actually, I am just going to take it down. No need for further comment here. I will post it on one of my websites.
Well, I have left sites over censorship, and to me, to post an informative article about an ongoing reality and have Google decide to censor it, well, that does not sit well with me. In reality it was not a hub to gain clicks, but to share information about a service that is heavily associated with HP.
I don't think Google AdSense will treat the contents differently, regardless on what site the article is posted on. But there are other members with more expertise in that issue than I have.
The site I have just moved it to does not have Google AdSense. I am surprised that they did not pull the ads from my hub about Google Chrome, lol. Thanks for the heads up. I have viewed other hubs with the word "sex" in the title.... no Google Ads. So at least I know now. Hope you have a great weekend, Website Examiner. Always good to see you in comments in the forum and on the hubs!
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