I signed up for google adsense and the ads they are placing on my hubs have nothing to do w/ the topics.
I'm always getting stuff about pets and dog food and crap.
what's the deal?
thanks in advance,
the ads unrelated to your hub are temporary they are put there for a short time until matching ads are placed in your hub.
i have looked at your pages and the ads on them are all related to the content, please also remember that the ads you see will be different from what others will see depending on location have fun.....jimmy
Here's an overview of how the whole Adsense thing works:
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