How to get a Hub reviewed to get the '$' dropped?
While I understand how the word 'sex' or 'sexual' triggers the auto-filter to keep content appropriate, I find it absurd that these are not reviewed by a human being to get a clear view as to what the article is about. I write about abused kids and sexual abuse at times, it's not porn. I'm here to make a buck or two, and blocking these articles from Adsense makes no sense.
You are preaching to the choir, krillco. I used to Hub about transgender issues many years ago. Once I discovered that all of the ads were being blocked, I gave up.
I think it is time that certain companies woke up to fact that these things happen in life.
It isn't likely that HP will stop using computers for screening hubs, but it would be nice (and make writers think we're appreciated) if those computerized "reviews" flagged real people to double-check. I once had a hub (since removed) about a child that contained somewhere within the copy the title, "Dr." My hub got kicked out for no other reason than that the computer equated "child" and "Dr." in the same written material with something sinister and sexual.
Looks like a human moderator caught this questions, and reviewed the article in question; they are now permitting the ads....
Thank you, Moderator!
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