I know there are plenty of threads about the placement of the Google ads, but I searched and couldn't find any threads about this question, specifically.
Is there a way that the Hubpages team (not demanding this or expecting it immediately, obviously, but eventually) could make the individual groups of ads movable in capsules? I know that this would require certain restrictions to be placed only on those specific capsules (they couldn't be removed entirely, for example), and I don't really know how the program works, so I just wanted to know if it's even possible?
This way we could place the smaller group of ads next to a little column of our Amazon ads or could make them hug the bottom of a picture so the text wraps a bit earlier, etc.
HubPages created YieldBuild to automate the process. I doubt that they'll put in a manual override.
by Inspirepub8 years ago
I am still getting full-width Google ads in the middle of my pages, messing up the layout.The impact of this is that it looks like the Hub is only a few paragraphs long, and readers are unlikely to scroll down far...
by Nell Rose3 years ago
I never moan, in fact I am a quiet little thing, but I must admit that I noticed one thing recently. Ever since they have moved the Ads to the side panel I have lost about 30 dollars over the month. Fact. Please can you...
by Susan Keeping5 years ago
Check this out, and some think the ads on Hubpages are annoying? You can't tell where the article is between all the ads.http://www.wisegeek.com/what-are-the-be … people.htm
by Andrew7 years ago
I was refraining about talking about this but it really is bad. Last month with adsense was my most profitable month, but this month so far I got 3 clicks...What could have made this change?-New Hubpages Layout?-April...
by WeddingConsultant7 years ago
I find them to be quite annoying.They are randomly found on hubber's profile pages, or hubs themselves, but they scare me each time they come on...
by Paul Deeds8 years ago
I'd like to get some feedback from our authors on textlink ads.You've probably seen these on other sites. Usually they appear as double underlines under one or more phrases in the text of an article. ...
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