I have been doing some research on the impact that running to many ads has on Google rankings. If a website has to many ads then the page can be penalized for this. This is an overlay of what Google wants to see when it comes to a website, you can add your Hub link to the top and submit. http://browsersize.googlelabs.com/ According to my research there should be no ads on the top of the page, but when I log out I see many ads at the top of our pages. Is there any way to adjust this on Hubpages.com? Also, I wonder what the effect is site wide of running to many ads? Just curious on this? Thanks for the help!
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by Andria6 years ago
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