Today I posted my first hub and I am puzzled about the ads that were placed with it. There is an ad for www.filipinaheart.com a dating service, and one titled "chat with Arab men click here," one for "see sexy singles." Where did these come from? However, when I went to my hub from another time the ads were completely different and frankly more appropriate. Can anyone tell me how the ads are placed?
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