I am so tired of seeing the ad for saggy skin on HP. Am I the only one that thinks those ads are disgusting?
Oh, yes, me too. They seem to be everywhere! I just saw an ad on one of my recipe/flash fiction hubs that turned my stomach and is not appropriate to be on that hub due to turning one's stomach ...being it was about yeast in the stomach and showing a big fat belly fat! Makes one not even want to read the hub! But I guess they paid for the ad ... I thought in the past the ads would match the topic of the hubs better, but I guess that is out the window with just making money.
I see them too and it's not because I Google how to combat saggy skin. I feel like HP has a hidden camera and is telling me to tighten up!
Ads are posted according to key words in the article and sometimes they just choose weird seeiming words for the matches. In this one they may have chosen the word stomach.
I strongly suspect the more crass the ad, the higher the CPM. When they come up with a toenail fungus foot standing on a saggy stomach covered in vomit, we can all retire.
I keep getting ads about "What Ellen is hiding!" and "You won't believe her transformation!" Still better than the ads about the clogged arteries though.....
by Pat Merewether 10 years ago
i've mentioned this before, but i just checked my 84 articles and a huge number of them have ads for 'filipina girls', 'sexy singles', etc. my articles are about gradening, food, travel and family topics - there are even two ads for sex on my article about 'webkinz'! I emailed the help...
by Mrvoodoo 7 years ago
Yesterday I was confidant that e-mailing HP staff would result in the ads being turned back on, on the four hubs (and counting) of mine that have had their ads disabled. This was not the case, and I was told by HP staff that all four would remain ad-less for being against the Google TOS.Do...
by Inspirepub 10 years ago
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by sunforged 7 years ago
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by Kevin Languedoc 7 years ago
I see a lot of discussions about earning from Adsense but I switch to HubPages ad program when it was launched back in April. Since then my Adsense revenu has dried up. I am earning with the HubPage Ad program but much less than the initial months. Which of the two are hubbers are using or both and...
by Laura Marie 3 years ago
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