How do i change the ads on my hub that dont go with my hubs topic ?
From what I know you will have to have your content more direct to the adds you want. It could also be your tags are not related to your content. The adds are placed dependant on your hubs content. A little tweaking may change the adds but this could take a while dependant on how long it takes them to recognise your hub.
Remember, 40% of the time, the adsense codes that are on your Hubs is the HubPages code, so during those time, the ads often default to choices that reflect content overall on the site... which can sometimes be a very poor match to your actual Hub.
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