Well I have recently posted two Hub's, and all of the Ad's on there are unrelated to the actual subject of my hubs. I cannot really add more keywords to the hub that will get to the proper links that I want, but I was just wondering if there was any way to go on Adsense and select the types of ad's you would like for a specific hub, or if I will have to go revise the hub's a bit to add more keywords related to the subjcet.
Google takes a bit of time to find and then scan a brand-new Hub so that it can link really relevant ads.
by David Hinerman5 weeks ago
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by Kent Merritt7 years ago
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by Bill Yovino4 years ago
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by Laura Smith2 years ago
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by Audrey Wright23 months ago
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by jellygator5 years ago
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