Tacky ads on my hubs - how do I get them removed?
What's up with the big busted women ads on my hubs? "Russian women want to met you"? I don;t want this crap on there. How do I get it removed?
If you have signed up your Hubpages account for Google adwords, on your GAW settings page is a application that allows you to limit certain objectionable types of listings on your Hubs. Each Hub can have its own independent settings, if I remember correctly.
But if your Hubpage deals with touchy subjects, like sexuality, porn, lingerie, dating relationships, etc., the ads will run in concert with your content, so don't be surprised if you attract questionable advertisements.
Thanks M'Lady Grimm - I'll check to see if I'm even signed up for Google adwords. I know it couldn't have been the content, unless somehow my poem was misconstrued.
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