I have just noticed that one of my travel hubs, which did have appropriate ads about the destination described, now has ridiculous ads about sim cards and nothing else, does anyone know how to get rid of them?
Add some relevant tags and also try to bold some keywords. This will let adsense bot see the important keywords. And at the end,it depends on the bot as it selects highest bid keyword for the page even if the ad is not relevant.
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