Is it legal to place ads below the post title in a blog???
You should probably check with the AdSense TOS for their guidelines. That's where you'll find the most accurate answer.
I believe it is. But keep in mind that the title should not direct readers to clicking ads. This is true about all blog contents, not just titles.
by evemurphy8 years ago
I would love to have some guidelines about what constitutes 'adult content'. In two recent hubs I wrote about how to make love in the woods and in a car...with no "graphic" detail that I am aware...
by DinoMommy2 years ago
Hello,I just started here at HP recently, and so far I'm less than impressed with it overall. I have two other blogs, (one url I own, the other is a wordpress blog) and I wanted to use HP for content that doesn't really...
by Mike Russo4 years ago
Is google adsense only paying for clicks and not impressions? My adsense earnings have almost gone down to nothing. Has anyone else experienced this?
by Shampa Sadhya6 years ago
I have pasted the code in my earnings box and it is showing that the AdSense account is active then why I don't have any ads on my hub. I am confused. Is something remaining which I have to fix then kindly help me out....
by Rema Nair7 years ago
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by Marisa Wright4 years ago
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