What is the benefit of making Kontera ads disappear when we are signed in. If Google ads can be seen when signed in, why not Kontera?
Most users or visitors sign in to view other hubs or fan mails so that they can comment on hubs. When they sign in , if they don't see kontera ads then what is the use of having kontera ads in hubs. Usually Kontera ads suck, and if they are not visible when they are signed in , it means less and less output.
If google ads were made to disappear when signed in, it could have increased CTR as it will reduce unwanted impressions on ads made by hubbers who won't click ads.
Why it happens in case of kontera only...............
Have you ever considered that it may be due to something on the Kontera end and not HubPages?
When the idea of adding Kontera was released, the majority of Hubbers stated that they didn't like the look of the ads, so it was decided that the ads would only be visible to those not signed in.
Most users that are signed into HubPages, don't click ads anyway, so there's no real point in having the ads visible to those signed it.
Also, I wouldn't say that most visitors join HP, and they don't have to join to view other hubs or post comments. If most visitors joined HP, then there would be TONS more hubbers than there are.
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