Browsing around the new layout, I've noticed the same placeholder boxes for ads that appear on unpublished hubs on many published hubs, both my own and other people's.
Is this a quirk still working itself out after the layout change or is it something that's planned - not showing ads to logged-in hubbers to improve the CTR maybe?
If the former, would republishing the hubs where it appears help get rid of the placeholders?
I just wrote a new web and I'm seeing a pink box in one spot. But the other two are populated with google ads. Perhaps the hub is just too new to have all it's ads in place. I haven't noticed it on the older ones.
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