I have a hub that I just designed. It's about reviewing eBay books and the google ads that are showing up are for single Koren Women and other adult ads....how do I change the google ads?
Unfortunately you can't change the ads and I am certain that one of the long time fellow hubbers can further explain as they are very knowledgeable.
If you log into your AdSense account, there is a place you can request that certain ads not be shown on your site.
However during the 40% of the time that HubPages AdSense code is on your pages, you can't do anything about those.
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