After I write a hub and preview it, I notice the gray boxes that state after my hub is published, advertisements may go in there. Does that mean I can place my own advertisements after it's published? Or does that mean that once it's published, Google will place it's own advertisements there? Please clarify..... Thanks
It's all explained here, http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/hubp … am-and-ads
Thank you for the replies. I do understand that if I join Google Adsense, they will post advertisements in those boxes. My real question, I think, is can I post ads in those boxes since I am already an Amazon affiliate? Or are those boxes reserved for only approved programs (not me individually) to advertise on?
The advertising in those spaces is entirely controlled by hubpages. You can add a few Amazon ads in addition, but the rules about that are quite stringent.
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