There is only one square amazon ad block to the side of my articles. Not only does this look weird but it does not have too great a likelihood of getting revenue from my sites when there is only 1 advertisement there.
Generally most webpages feature a block of at least 4 amazon ads to the sides so why are my pages showing just the one tiny ad? Is this correct?
Thanks for your reply. I am going to go look now from the other viewpoint.
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