What is google doing about the recent AVG update that filters adsense out of displayed webpage. This has really affected my earnings and i think has done so to others.
The link scanner update made yesterday has filtered out adsense from most websites including hubpages.
This is really eating me dip.
I hope google and AVG have a round table talk about it.
So THAT explains why AVG hasn’t given me any updates for the last few days… Hopefully, this is an indication that AVG is trying to fix the problem.
I disabled the link scaner so as to see my adsense display.
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