I am publishing my first poem without ads because of the word wrap problem. On a normal hub, the ad at the top right of the text area forces the rest of the text in the hub to word wrap next to it. Normally, this isn't a problem, but for the determined lines of a poem, word wrapping part of a line to the second line is a very large problem. I would suggest a way to remove that particular ad capsule. I'm not sure if I would put ads on poems anyway, but it is something to consider nonetheless.
by Arun Dev 3 years ago
I wanted to know whether poems could have any of the affiliate ads such as those of Amazon or Google AdSense ads and whether there is revenue from these ads.Thanks!
by catgypsy 6 years ago
Hi! I was wondering what the number by my name (at the top of the page) means. I was also wondering if we are allowed to click on any ads in other hubbers hubs? Not randomly, but if we are interested in something. Is that allowed because I know you can't click on your own ads. Thanks,Catgypsy
by Siny J 8 years ago
Is there any benefit in putting text in different capsules ?Is there any difference in page view and ad placement?
by bloggerdollar 10 years ago
There has been an increase in my traffic but click rates are falling dramatically. I've been seeing some google ads on sidebar but they seem to disappear. I guess sidebar ads were doing good although we can't track the ad positions at hubpages. Does anyone has same concerns??
by Ben Blackwell 5 years ago
I currently have ads disabled for all of my poems because the ads force the poems to word wrap before the line should end. I would rather have ads up on all of my articles, so this is a bit annoying to me. I would suggest a feature that allows you to remove ads from within the article...
by Paul Deeds 10 years ago
There is currently a problem with the display of AdSense ads across HubPages. We are investigating the issue, and hope to have ads working again soon.
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