Ad Unit on one of my hubs which is found between comments capsule and the end of the hub is removed (it was their a few weeks ago) I want to put it back because it contributes significantly in earnings, anyone know how it can be put back?
http://alikhan3.hubpages.com/hub/Soluti … ck-Problem
i thought we had no control in placing ads whatsoever. doesn't it happens automatically? I'm interested on this matter too... following this....
You can place Amazon and Ebay ads where you want. Adsense and HP's ad program ads are placed automatically.... that's what I know.
Adsense and HP ads are placed automatically. If you don't leave enough text area without images, they may not have anywhere to go.
Amazon you can place yourself.
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