I have 3 capsules on a hub I am trying to fix but no ads appear. If we can still get ads then what am I doing wrong? They usually automatically appear.
See the admin thread.
Format/layout has changed. There are no ads in the middle.
Good advice from cagsil. After layout has changed my CTR lowered dramatically.
I am struggling to get ads to match my content when it matched before all these changes. I don't understand that why would they put ads at the bottom of the lens where no one can see them and take the ads away that people can see in between the content?
As a reader I appreciate no ads in the middle of the article, I wish Suite101 would do the same. As a person paid by Adsense I am less happy. The top one is supposedly the most important though.
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