I am seeing Yahoo ads on most of my hubs now. I hope it's only a test drive because Google ads have perfect ads related for the hubs and I don't want to go for Yahoo and decrease my already low earnings
In a previous thread a HubPages staff member said that the Yahoo Ads were being trialled on their share of the pageviews.
Oh okay sorry that I missed that.
It's their share of displays so they can try what they want
I know google ads are more powerful and reach the masses, so it benefits you to place ads on google instead of yahoo ads so that said google is Big Dog for ads by par
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