Can anyone tell me why there is an adsense ad block below my comments section?
It looks extremely out of place and completely useless. Is this a temporary error or are we encouraged to remove our comment boxes to optimize our hubs?
Or am I just doing something wrong?
That ad block has been there forever, so no it's not a glitch. I doubt it will be going anywhere.
I've heard one person say they are experimenting with removing the comments capsule to see if they get higher CTR, but I don't think that is the general consensus at the moment.
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