I have to ask this question and I have no idea where to put it.
I frequently get this ultra-annoying flashing ad "This is not a joke, you are the 100,000 visitor" on my hubs. It flashes so rapidly, I can not even look at it. I have to scroll down quickly so that it is off of my screen. I associate that ad with cheap, spammy, scammy websites.
I have three questions:
* Are others annoyed by that ad? Or is it only me?
* Why would Hubpages allow that?
* How can I get it off my Hubpage? Or am I stuck with it?
by Aravind Balasubramanya4 years ago
I thought that flashing ads and pop-up ads would not appear on HubPafges. But I have consistently been seeing several flashing ads on my hubs and some of them are not very nice - lingerie and nightclubs - nothing...
by Sherri6 years ago
Gotta put my two cents worth in here. If one is prone to seizures, this will do it. This ad is as bad as the pop-up surveys that appeared now and again that did nothing except irritate the reader.
by Tariq Sattar20 months ago
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by Tina7 years ago
My ' How to have Akickbutt Spongebob Birthday party" Hub has an Adam and Eve ad on it...not really appropriate.. What would Spongebob think?
by cathinfrance7 years ago
You know. That flashing ad that says something like: "This is not a joke - you are the 10,000th visitor." I very nearly threw coffee at it this evening. It's the most irritating ad I've seen in my life. It...
by Maddie Ruud9 years ago
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