I want to block some adds from displaying in my hub but when I read hubpages FAQ I got this: "If you have the Ad Program enabled, blocking the ad in your Google AdSense account will take effect in the 1 AdSense API spot."
Please what does "1 AdSense API spot" means, I need some clarification. Thanks
I'd tell you if I knew, Adept2012. I will learn from the answer as well.
Not all the ads on your Hubs are served from AdSense. That means blocking will only effect the AdSense spot.
It should also be noted that your preferred ad blocks are not in effect during those times when the impression share is coded to HubPages (40%) and not to you (60%).
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