I understand that when a hub is first published, ads that are popular currently are automatically placed on your hub. Then after google figures out your topic it will place appropriate ads. I am noticing though, that after awhile, the older hubs do not have appropriate ads anymore. In fact they are very inappropriate. These older hubs get numerous hits and comments daily, yet the ads don't match up at all. So why would someone click on an ad for "sexy black women" when the article is about saving money?
I have a blog and regardless of how far back I look into my posts there, the google ads always match the topic of the post. Why can't google do that here?
I remember Paul mentioning a while back that hubs with no or very low traffic start to get non-targeted ads over time, and this corrects itself pretty fast when they get some traffic.
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