No google ads seem to be appearing on my hubs,and i have contacted some folks at adsense through forum,they said hubpages don't seem to accept google ads codes,is it true? Please how did u guys succeeded in adding ads from google into your hubs?I am a google adsense affiliate member too,yet no ads,what should i do?Help me out plz?Thank you all!
Are u sure gamer? But i can't see it,does it imply i'm blind or what? Which hub if i may ask? And if there is now,it means the adsense crew has done something now cos,i just contacted them by adsense forum now.Thanks let me rush to check it.
I see your ads there, I just checked The are small one liners , like many of them are, but they are definitnely there.
You do have google adverts on your hub.
And yes, you're blind if you can't see them.
And what the hell was urgent about this ?????
so awful if Google must do this.But they didn't tell me about this on google adsense forum Misha? Are u sure of this? But my dad just told me he bought some religious books from uk through online, few days back,which i know he saw on an online advert so?Be sure u are telling the truth.Thanks anyway,i will re-contact them again to confirm.Regards to all of u,i appreciate u all
Also ads being geo-targeted. So the advertisers themselves may specify where they want their ad shown.
Or, and I'm just speculating, an advertiser may specifically state where NOT to display an ad. I've never run a Google Adword campaign so I'm unsure exactly how Advertisers are able to target by geographical location.
If it is either of those, or in fact a Google policy not to serve ads to low quality or high risk areas, then you should be happy to know that everyone else CAN see your ads. Which means you can still earn from them.
I've attached a screen shot of what I can see on one of your hubs...
I can see 9 ads on one of your hubs.
You'd do better with your hubs if you made them more multi-media - split the text up, add photos, links, and videos.
Also, and I'm sure it's just a language issue, you need to be careful not to sound patronising.
I love you all.To you my lovely hubpages' father Darkside,i love you most.I changed my browser,and i was able to see ads on my hubs.Even in my other blogs and sites,and my revenue is rising.Then i followed all the instructions u guys gave me on how to improve my traffic and page views,and now my traffic is rising.My problem then was the browser i was using,so i upgraded,and the stories changed for better.I love you darkside and all of u out there.Happy April Fools' Day!
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