On two of my hubs the google ads are about video games, but the ads are about reptiles. Is there a reason for this?
I'm also having this problem but across most of my Hubs. Sometimes Google Ads are very relevant whereas at other times all I can get is Harry Potter ads or other totally irrelevant ones.
Anyone know why this is happening?
Google can take a couple of days to get the ads right for a page. I think it has something to do with getting the page in their index. Otherwise, it sometimes places ads that match other popular topics on the website as a best guess.
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