After the Hubpages makeover, the ads were miniscule. Now ba-boom, they are overly prominent. For the first time ever I had to change my ads to a medium setting on my newest hub. If I have to go back through every hub and do a reset, it's going to be time consuming.
The ad placements have become more aggressive to help authors earn more money. The new ad placement technology works to find combinations of ads that result in the highest yields. The increase in revenue can be significant.
Thank you for the feedback. One of our major goals is to help authors earn money, at the same time create great looking pages. At times, this is a bit of a balancing act. Your feedback is critical to the longterm succes. Thanks again.
I want to earn money too. What I don't want is for my article title to have confusing ads before you get to my text. Take this hub for example: http://hubpages.com/hub/Griffith_Park_Brush_Fire See the ad under my title and before my article? I have no problem with ads below or to the side, but if people can't see the flow of the writing, they'll just click off the page and go somewhere else. And then there is another jarring ad in color before the photo. Since this is a serious topic, it seems odd to have a dog food ad, doesn't it?
Sometimes it takes Google a bit to match the ads contextually. They look good now. I've sent a request in to google to take a look at the matching since it does seem off more than we would like.
by Paul Deeds 14 years ago
I'd like to get some feedback from our authors on textlink ads.You've probably seen these on other sites. Usually they appear as double underlines under one or more phrases in the text of an article. When the viewer mouses over the phrase a small advertisement will float over the...
by shinujohn2008 14 years ago
Worst Ad Colour Combinations and Adsense image Ads Used At present in Hubs, is causing Lot of Revenue Loss to Hubbers. I have only a Single Question to ask - Will anyone of You click an Ad Like These Below, If You were a Visitor The Basic Page Colour of Hub pages is "White". The...
by Kate Swanson 7 years ago
Recently Paul Edmondson made a statement about ads which has caused some confusion.He has suggested that if you are using Amazon ads on a Hub, you should turn off other advertising. I can understand his reasoning, BUT it will backfire badly if you don't do it right.The theory is that...
by Ojie 7 years ago
Hi fellow Hubbers!This is my first and only hub in Hubpages. I'm still new to the site and I want to focus more on how I can increase the exposure of my hubs before I write additional articles. Please give me some tips on how I can make this hub better, or should I change my writing style? And how...
by NoobGamerZ 11 years ago
http://noobgamerz.hubpages.com/hub/The- … mpressionsThis the first hub i wrote. I really want to get better at writing hubs, so please, come with all the feedback you can! As much as possible, even the little flaws because i really want to get better. Thanks in advance
by Myranda Grecinger 11 years ago
Why don't more users click ads and post comments?Whenever I read someone's Hub, I always leave feedback and comment and I find the ad on their page that interests me the most and click it and read it, I always figure there is no harm, after all, we are all here trying to do the same thing and I...
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