When I go onto my articles (even when not signed into my account), no advertisements appear. There is just the word advertisement, but no actual ad underneath. I have Adsense activated and everything, but no ads. Any help?
I've just taken a look and ads are showing on all of your articles except your newest one, which is still pending evaluation.
Please find out first if you have any ad blocking software installed in your browsers
Ads are showing on your Hubs for me so your account is fine - maybe a browser problem?
My first article was published today, yet I can't see any advertisement on it. I already have an approved Google Adsense account, so I just had to link it to HubPages by following their guidelines. Why are my ads not showing? Help please.
Ads aren't shown on any of our articles until they've been through the Quality Assurance Process. Since you just published your article today, I doubt whether it's gone through the process yet.
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