How come hubbers cannot display Google Adsense Ads on their Hubpage? I have worked on blogs with Google Adsense Ads and was allowed to choose the size of the ad and the place. Will hubbers ever be given this option in the future?
No. This is Hubpages, and they decide how a page can be formatted. You want your own website, build one, this isn't yours - this is a revenue sharing site.
I'm not being a prick, that's how it is.
I don't have time to choose an adverts size, etc. Most people here are like me in this, and are happy to have the HP team do that sort of thing. They get a 40% cut of what I make here, and they get it for hosting the site, and making those decisions. I'm fine with it, and the situation isn't going to change.
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