I have published a few hubs and signed up for Google Adsense. I have google adverts in my hubs but they are rubbish like 'sexy Rihanna photos' and nothing to do with my actual articles.
Is there a way to get adverts which are relevant to my content, so that people are more likely to click on them?
Google Adsense targets your traffic, via the content you put into your hub. If you unrelated ads on your hub to your content, then either there isn't enough content or the hubs are still too new.
However, worry not, the ads will change.
Btw- Welcome to HubPages!
Had a quick look and all ads seem ok except 1 which is a hub adverting chocolate. That hub seems short to me.
I checked two of your hubs, cake decoration and chocolate ones and ads on both of them are related to your topic.
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