For these ads, we don't need all the same details as with rogue ads that violate the site policies.
We need the following information for ads that are unattractive or tasteless, but that do not violate the policies
1. A screenshot of the ad (you can find instructions here http://www.take-a-screenshot.org/)
2. The clickthrough URL (i.e., the site one would go to if you click the ad).
If you can find the click string info like with rogue ads that would be great, but it isn't necessary.
NOTE: For Google ads
For Google ads, if you right-click the ad and select "copy link address" you can find the clickstring.
You can then share that URL with us to help identify problematic ads.
This same method does not work for Glam or other ad partners.
Once they get the URL, you can then block it in your AdSense accounts, and we can do the same.
We also maintain a list of blocked domains here that you can block in your account: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/127826
If you need to report a rogue ad that violates the site polices, please see this forum thread.
by zebtron 8 years ago
Hi there,I'm Matt Meyer, moderator at HubPages. I'm responsible for managing any reports of bugs related to ad delivery or violations of our ad policy on HubPages. So I can work on resolving any problems with you as quickly as possible, please help me out by following these rules:- This forum is...
by Lgali 12 years ago
Why ALL Tasty Stuff in World Is Fat for our body
by TomC35 10 years ago
Examiner is doing the same.There are many people out there seriously searching for jobs, real jobs. They do not have time to sift through tons of fake ads, and though HP and Examiner are real websites, they do not offer real jobs. You might make some money off of them, but even they...
by Patty Inglish MS 9 years ago
I noticed at about 9am today that each time I look at any Hub, I get an ad filling my screen at first. Is this a new feature of HP? Thanks. I'm not clicking ads, honest!
by Dawn M 3 years ago
I shared my article about HOA horror stories with a friend, who quickly sent me back this screenshot ... are “these” types of ads normal? Are they normal for real estate content or does the subject matter of the article not dictate the ad?
by Greg Boudonck 12 years ago
This makes me angry. After all wouldnt you be if your grandboy was murdered.This punk deletes the comment I left him and doesnt even have the fortitude to answer me:http://hubpages.com/hub/dead-baby-jokes
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