So... I made a hub about eating disorders and ads were disabled because of the delicate nature of some of the pictures. I accept that because I'm not changing anything but now the ads on my profiles page are all meal plans.
Okay, okay - I have a few recipes too * BUT * I didn't start getting food ads until after I published the other hub...And maybe I just wanted to start a new discussion too. LOL
Have you found any "ironic" ads on your pages or profiles?
My understanding, Merej, is that if you have done any browsing to shop for items (you don't actually have to buy anything), the cookies on your computer will recreate product pictures to remind you of your shopping interests. Other people don't necessarily see the same ads on your hubs and profile when they view. So, try clearing your cookie history under Internet Options to see if that clears all those redundant ads your seeing. Turning "ADS OFF" is a last resort. I only use this when I see that the ads are totally inappropriate for the article because the system clued onto a secondary key word. I hope this helps! --Marie
by Kylyssa Shay 3 years ago
Does anyone else find it ironic that the very butt hubs and the hubs about shaving genitalia Google promotes on the bottom of almost every hub are not allowed to have ads on them to avoid upsetting Google?
by sabrebIade 8 years ago
Well I finally had my first Post-Panda incident with disabled ads. I'm guessing it's because there is a picture of a girl in a (gasp!) bikini on it. I e-mailed the Team to see what is wrong for sure, so I'll wait for their reply. I cant post a link to said Hub because that would be promoting. But...
by Andrew Orrell 8 years ago
Ok so I am just writing my latest Hub, I will admit it a completely different one to the normal stuff I write. Anywho, just finishing up and I click on preview. I noticed there are no ads anywhere?Is there a reason for this? Could it be something wrong with the content of my...
by Merida Craze 5 years ago
It takes me half an hour or so to write a 2,000 word article. It takes almost four hours to upload it and edit it so its published in feature mode. I would like to just upload my article and hubpages has some sort of software that would instantly design a feature published hub. Is there such a...
by mhajnal 10 years ago
Dear Hubbers!I've joined hubpages a few days ago. I have spent quite a lot of time writing my 4 hubs so far, and I like to get feedback and advice. My questions are:1. What's wrong about my hubs?2. What's good about my hubs?3. Is it okay that it takes ~3-4 hours to construct a hub?4. Why don't...
by Jean's Corner 10 years ago
How can we get google to place ads that coincide with the topic of our hubs? I just published a hub about horses and google has put ads to date foreign girls on it. I would like them taken off please.Thank you,Thywill
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