Hey guys, I was looking at my hubs and noticed that there were a couple of google ads and an ad by some other company. I was wondering what ad on the hubs generate income from the HP ad program. Any help? Thanks!
There was a change in the Ads layout/format with the Introduction of HP Ads Program.
See this thread- http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/69158
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