it seems like indian aunties have gone for good from hub..no new hubs on them...
I assume a lot of them are getting Adsense disabled under the new flagging system thanks to all the "hot sexy" type keywords they have.
I just shudder at all the not so hard work they put in in creating them Indian Aunty hubpages...must be tough lol!
An Indian Aunty is exactly what the above post says, but they are horrible and sometimes quite ugly aunties that have moustaches and beards down to their knees.
Thanks for the explanations - as long as its not really pictures of their older female relatives that they are posting online! LOL!
Maybe I should start digging out the old family photos and start making some money from them! LOL
In my case that would mean "Sexy German Farmers' Wives"... Hmm, I can't see that making very much income for me somehow
You would be surprised at what people(the individual person) search for. All crazy sorts of things, to use a vivid imagination, just to see what the Internet can turn up.
Don't be too sure - its a niche that is largely untapped and might go down well in central Europe!
I do not believe they are all gone, it appears the ads are disabled. Hopefully eventually it will become a time waster and then they will be gone.
I hated the fact that there were so many aunty hubs that it affected my ads! There is a site to submit your URL for a rating to fix your hubs up. That would always give me a red flag for certain words that were not in my hub, but in the ads and related hubs on the page. Of course there was nothing I could do about it, because they were based on other hubs.
I don't think they are gone. - http://hubpages.com/topics/entertainmen … /?page=100
Thats a 1000 hubs. I am sure there will be 1000s more.
And why would they go ?
Some are beautiful Indian women.
Hey - how'd that "sexy-older-men thing get mixed in there"?
Agreed, there are a lot of pretty women in those pictures. I think the only reason anyone thinks they ought to go is that they're mostly pictures - not writing. The same people wouldn't think a photos of Swedish "Aunties", French Maids, or Male "Hunks" of any kind made for the most "high-quality" writing/Hubs either.
I'm kind of disappointed most of the Indian Aunties have gone.
One of them signed up through me and had 650 Hubs until a week ago. Over 50% of my income has gone at a stroke! I guess I'll just have to write more of my own hubs now...
I think we should have a contest to find out who can write the sauciest Hub but with Adsense in it!
I just wanted to say here that ad sense has some strict rules about the content it wants to be featured on. If someone signs up with through your referral and posts content that gets them banned from ad sense it might put you at risk for those instances where your ads are shown on their hub (10% of the time if I am remembering right)?
I know the google beast does not forgive, once banned its almost impossible to convince them that you did nothing wrong and get re-instated.
Though it is only some Indian males who post such hubs using female profile names or avatars, many people brand Indian females as writers of naked/ semi naked photo hubs. I am happy that majority of the so called 'auntie hubs' are gone but unhappy that many hubs are still there.
I agree Kirsten - though I miss the cash the possibility of being banned did cross my mind!
Notice most of these now have the AdSense removed - clearly a lot of people here with pics of hot aunties have lost a lot of income!
they should have known this day would come...
ric, that contest sounds appealing!
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