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 Dev2 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 Sondra Rochelle9 days ago
I just suffered a massive loss in adsense earnings and discovered that it is because my RPMs dropped 87%. I only use Adsense ads and have only added three or so hubs to my sites within the past week or so. ...
by Michael Kismet2 days ago
I was reading through one of my own articles and a pop up ad appeared on the screen. I had to find the X and close it before continuing to read the article. If that weren’t bad enough, not 15 seconds later, it...
by Ben Blackwell4 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...
by Jamie Brock5 years ago
Yesterday I noticed NONE of my hubs have AdSense ads on them any longer... where the ads were there is only a white block of space. I still have an active AdSense account, none of my hubs are flagged that the ads...
by Glenn Stok3 years ago
When using HubPages on the iPad, there is a banner ad at the bottom that shifts up and end up under my finger just as I attempt to click something else. This causes the unintentional clicking of these ads. It...
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