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.
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by Bill Yovino4 years ago
Hi All,I received an email from Hubpages -"We are writing to notify you that your Hub contains Unrelated Links or Products. Your Hub remains published, giving you the chance to address this violation."There...
by jellygator4 years ago
I submitted a hub about the difference between assertive and aggressive women called "She's such a Bitch: So Why Does He Love Her?" and I can't figure out exactly what's blocking it from publication.The bots...
by Laura Smith22 months ago
Hi,One of my Hubs has been showing comments from different people that are unrelated to my post. It seems to be entire discussions going on about another subject. Is anyone else seeing this?
by Audrey Wright17 months ago
I have a hard time reaching above 75 points on my QAP assessment. I have no idea what else to do. I made sure my text is correct, stylized and broken into digestible chunks, bold only on important phrases, headings,...
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