I was trying to change the look of the google ads on my pages. I went throught Google Adsence an done everything there, they gave me a code to change the look. I don't know how to change it now that i have the codes. So I guess my question is can you change the look of the ads and if you can how.
Nope... you can't do that... at least here.
Hubpages.com uses Yieldbuild.com to control the look and placement of all the google advertisements here. Apparently, yieldbuild optimizes the advertisements to deliver better performing advertisements to your hubs' visitors. So it should be better for the filling of your pocket, purse, bank account, etc...
Good luck to you and welcome to hubpages!
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