¿Should I delete this hub in progress? or keep working on it?
Hi, I recently started writing articles here, I have 7 hubs featured already, everything is going well but I just started a new hub about a comic book (super heroes) and I got a warning saying that the adds have been disable due to content filters, I did the research and Im pretty sure the problem is one of the words Im using in my hub, Im writting about the "Suicide" Squad that is a group of anti-heroes, Im sure the term "suicide" is flagged by the filter... I don't want to get banned for breaking any policies, what should I do?
Ask the HP team whether the word suicide is banned or not. Otherwise, avoid using external links
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