Two times I have mentioned in a hub "God" or a bible verse and ads were disabled. Is the reason because I mentioned the above?
I'm not sure if God would result into disabling of ads. It would be something else that triggered the auto disabler.
I am sure that doesn't happen because you mentioned God... All my hubs in some way mention God and my comments are full of God... I quote scriptures all the time...Nah... not possible... There is something else that trips the filter...are you by any chance talking about healing and cures that might trip the filter?
I have ran by the last four hubs you have published, unblocked my Ad Block on my end, and see ads on those four. Not sure which one is giving you the problems.
I wrote a hub on Google sex ads showing up on one of my sites... $ were disabled..so I removed the hub to my blog. My 3D tattoo hub was a touch and go thing, but I finally deleted enough for the $ to be added back in there. I was trying to remember the exact word that tripped it on that, it was one I had in the title, that was very innocent, but I can't place the word! Hate getting old, lol.
Adsense TOS does not permit anything to do with the following topics:
Suicide, adult, sensitive topics, racism, sex, drugs, rape, cigarettes, alcohol... Anything not family friendly.
There are exceptions of course but the HP filter is strict to help you avoid losing your Adsense account.
You can always write to the moderation team for clarification if you can't figure out yourself why the ads were disabled on a Hub.
Ad disabling definitely involves some sort of keyword blacklist. I once had ads disabled on a hub and figured out it was because I had used the phrase "child services." It was just part of a joke that centered around how good toddlers can be at lying, but obviously there aren't anough man-hours in the world to audit everything for context. So I changed "child services" to "police" and boom, ads.
Definitely comb over the hub(s) in question for anything that might have tripped the filter.
by Bronson_Hub 7 years ago
Here's the hub in question, a humor piece on Valentine's day in the answer section: <snipped link>A moderator looking through the hubs personally stopped by mine, and without rhyme or reason, disabled advertisements saying that the content would disrupt Hubpages relationship with...
by Kathy McGraw 4 years ago
Please review the automatically generated warning below before you publish this Hub. Please click on the warning to learn more. WARNING: Advertising has been disabled on this Hub based on automatic content filtersThis Hub is not published, only you can see it.OK....this is what I found...
by William F Torpey 4 years ago
Ads on my hub titled "Alex Kelly Rape Case: Talk About Rushing to Judgment! " have been disabled by a moderator. While I do not really care about making money on ads (I'm not even sure what ads I had on the hub) I'm puzzled about this action by HubPages because there remain two ads on my...
by Mark Ewbie 8 years ago
I started work on my new hub this evening..."Climate Change and it's Effect on the Erogenous Zones"and got the message ads disabled. As one (yes, only one) of my hubs is already in its first rewrite and resubmitted after being described as sub standard I thought I wouldn't risk...
by Spencer Camus 6 years ago
Initially perplexed and frustrated, I have quickly decided Hubpages have brilliant web content protection. They blocked a hub I started to write from generating advertising revenue. Why is this good? Well, as genuine as the hub was, relating to Christmas and presents and my teenage daughter, it was...
by kims3003 7 years ago
I've been with Google Adsense for a number of years now. At no time have I ever had any problems with them. I have always fully understood the rules and policies set forth by Google. I have also always taken it very seriously that you can't click on your own ads and stay away from them when viewing...
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