Why are no ads appearing on my hubs. HP Ad Program is active. AdSense is active. Yet no ads. Why?
hmm, haven't encountered this problem in my hubs. Perhaps your hub is not yet published, still due for approval by the Hubpage team.
I looked at your hubs and the ads are there. Maybe you looked before you published them?
Do you have an adblocker on? I couldn't see any on my hubs when I started, so I turned off my adblocker and refreshed, and behold, ads.
Also check to make sure on your account page that your hub(s) isn't blocked from ads.
Hello Hildred, Could you tell me how you found the adblocker on your page? Where do I look to correct this problem?
I use Ad Block Plus in Firefox. In the current incarnation (mine is up to date) there's a little red octagon that says "ABP" next to the browser search box. If you're using a different type though it may be different.
Thank you Hildred, that was the answer. As soon as I disabled my adblocker for hubpages, poof, I had ads. THAnks
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