I was down at the local bookshop and talking to the shop owner about hubs. We pulled up a couple of my hubs on her computer and the google ads did not show, but the amazon ads did.
Just wondering what's up with that? Is it the security on her computer. (can you tell I just don't know how all this works?)
There are a lot of different ways you can block ads from appearing. The most popular is probably the "AdBlock Plus" plugin for the firefox browser. Fortunately (for those of us running ad supported sites), they aren't that commonly used. My guess is that the computer at the bookshop had some type of ad blocker installed.
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