Can we choose the ads that are inserted onto our posts?
I have a reoccurring advertisement that seems to show up on most of my posts regardless of the content. It would be nice to mix it up a bit and not have to see the same one over and over again. I don't believe anyone will click on it anyway. Any thoughts?
Google Adsense Ads are displayed according to the viewers/readers interest, not just what the Hub is about.
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