Some of my hubs have ads/links to sites which show pornographic material. I would like to block these ads but do not know how. Can someone please advise. Thank you
Thats a surprising statement, maybe you have a very loose conception of what pornography is?
Not that something couldnt slip through, but Adwords/Adsense does not allow pornography on their network
I have hubs with the terms "penis fencing" and "large penis" in the titles and Ive never been served anything pornographic! LOL
Annabell7, ads are determined by your written content so, in a sense, you are telling AdSense what types of ads go with your Hubs.
With new Hubs, it takes a few days before Google starts to fine-tune the ads and they match better.
There is a filter in your AdSense account where you can enter the URLs of ad domains that you'd like to block, but that will only be effective during those times when your affiliate ID is associated with your Hubs.
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