The ad to the left of the skyscraper shows in edit mode to the right of the text, but it does not show on my hubs when published. Why? Nothing in the Learning Center about this penalty.
The ad will show in the space provided when the Hub has had 100 views.
Oh I forgot about the new 100 views rule
Why is this rule imposed? Won't it mean lost income? How does it benefit the author? Why is this not in the Learning Center? Is it a penalty? If so for what?
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