paul, i found that some of my hubs has got no ads on them some times ...
but when i saw the page source its showing google adclient code..
why this is happening ?does i need to mark every hub as commercial in editing hubs to get ads displayed ??
For what ever reason sometimes Google just doesn't have ads to display in which case the ad area just collapses away. The commercial setting on the hub would not affect this.
Google will refrain from placing ads on content which appears to be adult even if it is actually PG.
Obviously it's important to label and tag Hubs accurately.
hubs will be blocked by advertisers because most of the content is pirated . adsense , aol , monster etc are taking up this issue with seriousness
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