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Just saw a pink, white, blue-writing Voicefive popup ad.
Apparently, HP is not alone...
From cnet: "How do I get rid of the pop up from hell? Voicefive?"
We'll look into it! Could be a rogue ad we need to find and take down. Thanks for pointing this out!
What page did you see it on, paradigmsearch? The VoiceFive surveys are cookie targeted (served via Google AdSense) and you can opt out of them directly from their privacy page.
Adsense does popups? Those rascals... I shall make no further comment...
The page where this nefarious deed occurred has faded into distant memory. I'm not concerned, just thought you guys would want to know.
Hopefully others will post, confirming; and be more coordinated than I am, and will remember the location.
Come to think of it, you said survey. I didn't realize. If this was another HP initiated survey, then I shouldn't have bothered you. If that is the case, I am slinking away as you read this...
I just got a pop up ad too. It was on my hub titled "Grandma's Heirloom Northern Chili with Egg Noodles: Easy and Under-30-Minutes"
While I know which page it was on, I do not remember the ad's content. It WAS pink, white and blue with a shoe (high heel, I believe) on it. I clicked it away in disgust and came to the forums to see if anyone else had pop up ads. I'm super glad to see this is not a new Hubpages deal.
by Thomas Swan4 years ago
This probably isn't a bug, but it's annoying and I wish Hubpages wouldn't do it. There is an ad which plays sound appearing on some of my hubs. I think it's a cricket ad with the sound of a bat hitting a ball, and a...
by Sondra Rochelle8 weeks ago
Would it be possible to take the one Adsense ad that is placed on our hubs higher on the page so that readers are more likely to see them. By the time readers get past the Q and A, if they even get that far, it's...
by Thomas Byers5 years ago
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by Sherry Hewins12 months ago
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by FootballNut2 years ago
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by Simone Haruko Smith7 years ago
Hello everyone!Another update on HubPages ad layout changes - Jason just published a blog post (http://blog.hubpages.com/2011/03/ad-layout-changes/) detailing the changes, but the gist is illustrated in the images...
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