I just wanted to say that I saw the blue unit of text ads on the side of my hubs today, and it looks a little junky/spammy. It looked much better and cleaner with a photo ad on the side.
Is this a permanent placement for this unit of ads? Or is the placement going to rotate? Please, I hope this changes.
HP is experimenting with ads to see which ones will create more earnings for us all.
by Inspirepub9 years ago
I am still getting full-width Google ads in the middle of my pages, messing up the layout.The impact of this is that it looks like the Hub is only a few paragraphs long, and readers are unlikely to scroll down far...
by Dan Harmon7 years ago
I always use Amazon ads as I figure the more advertising the better to a point. Placement is questionable, though. I'm not real happy with a string of ads flushed to the right, although that's what I nearly...
by Simone Haruko Smith5 years ago
Heads up, Hubbers! The new design we announced yesterday on our blog is now live on Hubs within the Technology Topic. Check it out!Keep in mind that this is all part of a test and is going to be actively tweaked. Before...
by TIMETRAVELER25 years ago
I can't figure out how to place photos and ads in different places within hubs. I see the "add" thingy, but can't get it to take care of this problem. Help please.
by Sally Gulbrandsen23 months ago
I notice for the first time on my Google stats that I have a little red arrow going downwards on Revenue Optimization.. It points to the fact that the size of the ads placed on our pages could be improved. ...
by Terri Paajanen9 years ago
I think that when a google ad is inserted between two text capsules, it really should be a horizontal, banner style ad not a vertical ad. You can see what I mean here:http://hubpages.com/hub/Alarm-Clocks-to …...
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