Can I suggest in my article to click on ads that pertain to what I'm talking about in an article?
I've written a hub about a particular vacation destination and lodging options. The google ads happen to be some of these options, can I not suggest in the article for people to click on these ads to find out more about these places? Isn't this the whole reason why they are advertisers are advertising, so that people can find out more about their product and hopefully make a purchase?
No, You can't do that. However, you can always be clever with Ad Placement so that they catch the eyes of the reader.
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