There are adds appearing in my hubs.
I was wondering if they were randomely selected, if they could be edited, or if hubpages had full control of them.
They are google adsense ads. If you go to google and sign up for adsense you can make money from these ads. Do not click on them yourself or you will not get an adsense account.
Google has control over these ads. Which ads appear depends on what keywords you use in your writing. If you were to write about dogs for instance you might get pet supply or dog groomer ads for people to click on.
by timorous8 years ago
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by Jon Hunt6 years ago
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by Aaron Rushing5 years ago
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by bayoulady7 years ago
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by Bible Studies7 years ago
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by best of the web9 years ago
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