I am trying to add a code to the HTML source and am BAD with computers! I am trying to place an ad on a site, and am able to go into the HTML, but I can't paste the code from the ad into it. Thanks!
Ah. Any idea how I place ads onto the site then? Any hep would be appreciated!!
It's automatically done for you and where 99% of the ads are placed is dependent on other things, such as programming of HubPages, which isn't handled on the author level. It's happening on the executive level of HubPages.com.
You have control over ONE ad space on your hub. It would be the location of the "google block ad", which is triggered once you add enough text to your first text capsule in any hub.
You can manipulate the location of the "google block ad" as far as moving it upward and downward by manipulating the capsules within the hub you're making.
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