"Of course, Simone's hints earlier in this thread (that the site is struggling to find the money for QAP) might have been misleading. Those ads might be funding the staff's taste in fast cars. Then I could get outraged and envious at the same time."
So I googled tetra... whatever... and this is what I came up with as the number one google search.
"Related Searches" Scandal: Why Is HubPages still SILENT? hubpages.com › ... › HubPages Tutorials and Community › Discussions 2 hours ago - replymore →reportpermalink · Will Apse profile image 94. Will Apseposted 32 minutes ago. TPTB? Is that Terror Ports of the Tetra Babinsacs?
Your hubber score is being advertised across google.
"I do not like HP using key words from my hubs this way....I feel my name is on the article and I do not want to be associated with the deceptive practice. It would annoy me as a reader to be sent on this wild goose chase.
So thanks for starting the thread on our behalf......hopefully, HP is thinking about the impact of the "related searches' and will answer in their own time. Sometimes a little noise is a necessity for change."
Today, via an email from staff, HP has revealed that"The revenue from the Related Searches ads is not shared"These groups of RSS style adense ads appear down the right side, and the bottom of all hubs,...
Well, many know, that I have been wrestling with this "related searches" ads thingy for quite a few days now. I took me some effort to figure it out what it actually is, but I got the answer. I'm finished with...
Wow! the related search block of ads that used to appear at the bottom of the page above the comments is gone! These ads were hated by many, were deceptive and the revenue was not shared with authors. Great News!!!