When I work on my hub in "edit" mode, relevant google ads appear. However, once I published it...there are a number of non-relevant ads and the relevant ads disappeared?
Any suggestions on why this happened?
I think it takes a while for Adsense to wake up and select the right ads for your Hub. Give it some time. If they're still irrelevant, maybe your Hub is not focussed enough and the ads are picking up on the wrong keywords.
Also, if you haven't yet posted the hub, the ads will always be irrelevant. Often, for me, this completely turns around the second I publish it.
This is also a good tip. I had just posted the hub and strangely -the exact opposite is happening.
Relevant ads appeared "before" I posted the hub. It was "after" publishing it that those relevant ads disappeared. I'll give it a day or so and see what happens. I was excited, however, to see very relevant ads show up so fast initially!
Appreciate the input ~
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