Hi friends, how do i place the google ads below my hubs in the middle of the hub.
I mean the ads which are below the comments, no one can see them from there.
Ultimately the HubPages system places the ads. Break up text into smaller modules and experiment a bit to see where the ads are placed by the system. I haven't found a way of totally controlling ad placement but somebody else may have worked it out!
The placement of Adsense ads are done automatically. You have no control over it.
Then that is too bad because i see othe peoples hubs having ads in the middle, but me no
Break up the text, make sure you've got ads set to "high" and you may strike lucky.
But, some reckon that ads are best at the bottom of the page because readers scroll/read down to the bottom and then click the ad. So you may not lose out.
Try to split your text into several capsules, this should fix your problem.
Hi "World of the wise"
You dont need to worry about a placement and optimization
Hubpages automatically does the placement and other optimization for all hubs on Hubpages and they do it after a plethora of tests and statistics which mainly consider highly click rate, TOS of google and aesthetic appearance in relation to hub too.
So. just keep churning out new and classic quality hubs and see the results your self
id love to be in this world of the wise, it sounds nice.
nah.. yieldbuild optimizes the placement based on the options you give it.
so word for the wise
... if you in turn optimize your layout, you will get the best placement on adsense.
Easy example, make sure to drop any right column capsules to 2nd row so you can get a nifty adsense ad in that location
people like sunforged and others say i can do something and others are saying i cant, am confused
ok I know this has been asked before..but I can't find the answer to my question.
My latest hub is about tattooed cats and there are Google ads showing a sexy woman advertisement about a game. My keywords don't imply a game or sexiness...
This confused me at first but I started to think of it this way - are there any advertisers out there who have ads for [tattooed cats?] (Probably not). If you are not sure whether or not there will be relevant ads (somethings are obvious like vacuum cleaners, washing machines, cars, etc.), you might want to try googling your keyword phrase. On the results page, look to the right of the page, if you see at least 10 ads about your topic, your good to go. If not, then you may want to choose another topic (if you're looking to earn money).
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