Just a quick thought I had...
If we are involved in the HubPages Ad Program, we should be able to have one square advertisement on your profile, probably towards one of the 2 sidebars?
It would mean extra revenue, and those who view our profile, but don't actually read any Hubs would still factor into our earnings reports.
Hmm... I am seeing one ad on my Profile page (even when logged in) directly underneath the "others you might like" section. It is also visible by me on other Hubbers Profile pages?
I think when you log out, there may be one or two, least there was before all these changes I use to have a lot of 'alternative energy' ads on my profile. Not sure now with all these changes
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