Hello everyone. It's me again. I wonder where I went wrong? The preview of a hub I am in the middle of completing is showing that ads will appear between one capsule and the next. It's not my intent, can anyone help? Thanks in advance.
You can't stop it.
There's a few little tricks a person can do to encourage them to move somewhere else (such as using one capsule instead of two and making the title yourself, or not having an image toggled to the right with your first text capsule) but the ad block size and placement is determined by YieldBuild.
by Kaibraine7 years ago
I made 2 hubs this week. I don't see any adsense ads though. Is this normal?
by Nancy Mitchell5 weeks ago
Does anyone have luck with their Hubs being accepted to a niche site without their Amazon ad getting eliminated? I wrote a Hub in which I detailed my personal experience with a certain product and included an ad for it....
by bangingbeauty5 years ago
Hi, I joined HubPages about 2 weeks ago and I'm constantly finding ways to improve my hubs. I start most of my hubs with images, causing the advertisements to appear towards the middle or end of my hubs. I read that it...
by Sally Gulbrandsen2 years ago
The negative impact of writers having removed most of their e-Bay Ads from HubPages must surely be having an impact on traffic to the whole site in general. Of course, I could be wrong about this!If this is...
by Msmillar4 days ago
Ok, here it is. Hubpages edited some of my hubs to "make them better" so they can be featured and moved to vertical sites. If I undo their "corrections" I risk having that hub removed...
by Marika2 years ago
If the intro text is longer, on various hubs (some of mine as well) there is an Adsense ad right below the image (see image from my hub this morning).For my own blogs I avoid adding any Adsense below (or next or above)...
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.