I had a support question a while ago that was answered (not through the forum), but at the end of the email I was warned that my blog was in breach of your Terms. I asked why and heard nothing back. I recently asked another question and was given an answer, but also the same response at the end of the email that my blog was in breach of your Terms, quoting a section of clause 2 "the Content is not spam, and does not contain unethical or unwanted commercial content designed to drive traffic to third party sites or boost the search engine rankings of third party sites, or to further unlawful acts (such as phishing) or mislead recipients as to the source of the material (such as spoofing)".
In the same email I was told that you did not allow any blog that has anything to do with SEO and SEO Services because of Clause 2 above.
I was a little shocked as my blog is about my services as a Copywriter. I create text for websites and to promote those websites through the creation of articles that they can post on other websites. Because of the nature of my role I have to consider SEO in the copy that I create, and article creation is considered to be the most ethical and effective way of promoting websites to search engines. Surely the above clause is designed to prevent link farms and other unscrupulous means of enhancing other's websites through the direct use of your systems, not to prevent Copywriters from creating text.
As I have not heard back from Support on this matter even though I specifically asked for a confirmation one way or another I thought I'd throw this one out to public opinion, or if anyone from Support is watching it would be useful if you could let me know.