A recent comment on one of my hubs, said I would be better to place the google advertisements running down the right hand side, not in the top right where they seem to be. Can some one tell me if this is possible and how to do it?
Adsense ad block with your first paragraph has a high CTR. However you can't do much about the ad placement here on HubPages except a couple of things. You can make your first paragraph long enough to have adsense on its right and have more than two capsules.
Do a small text paragraph at the top and no picture
That way google can put there ads in the top right
Then in the next capsule put a picture on the right.
And if it long enough put a few amazon ads.
Try to have it so the text and amazon ads finish in the same place so as not to leave blank gaps.
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