As I said before in the Forums, I am in Puerto Rico. I just noticed that the ads on my Hubs are in Spanish. No big deal, I was just surprised. I suppose when you read one of my Hubs in the states, the ads are in English. Does the same thing happen to readers in other countries?
This inquiring mind wants to know....
I'm in California and I have seen some in Spanish. It's a big market.
The adverts you see will be completely different from what another user sees. Google changes them based on your search history, location and other factors.
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