I just published my firs (experimental) Hub page. It's a review of a recipe book. The ads that appeared with it relate to either losing weight or to sex-related site.
I don't think either is appropriate here. What can I do about it?
It will correct itself over time. Normally 24 hours. It also might be the Hubpages code in there, which means ads might be different then what they should be.
60% of the time it should have relevance(your google id) after the first 24 hours, be patience, its only a computer script.
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