why I see google adsense and other advts. on my article If I am not affiliated with adsense.
How to remove thsese ads and other ads which I am not affiliated with.
If you are publishing your article on free sites like articlebase.com or ezinearticles.com then your article will be published along with Google adsense (contextual) ads.
This is because these free sites are affiliated with Google..means they are the content publishers and makes money from this advertising to maintain their setup.
So first thing you need to see is to find whether the publishing site is affiliated with Google or not.
Hubpages allows you to turn off the ads and there are many other sites like this.
Hope above explanation helps. Let me know if any.
Best of Luck!
For Hubpages: while editing your article there are some boxes on the right hand side. Just beneath the "Add more Capsules" box are some tabs, "reorder tags settings summary group". if you go into the settings tab there is a section to set ad level. You can also turn off Kontera links if they are showing up.
I was talking about hubpages, when I tiried to remove google adsense advertisements from settings I was given warning that my article will not be published.
Hubpages makes its income by advertising and the biggest source of revenue is AdSense. Hubpages could not operate without advertising income... neither could most web sites. That's what keeps it free for you to use.
You are given the opportunity to share in this income by becoming an AdSense partner then you will actually receive part of the income generated from those ads.
So, while you can't turn off AdSense you don't have to use Amazon or eBay or Kontera nor will they appear unless you enable them.
If you are getting good views then apply to be an AdSense partner. I was already an AdSense partner on YouTube before I started here so it was just a matter of plugging in my account number.
YouTube asked me to join AdSense and I have a number of featured videos from which I also earn income. Not a lot but something is better than nothing.
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You have the the means to remove these irritating adds from your lovely articles...
Do it from your settings....
You've gotten the warning because Hubpages deems your hub to be overly promotional. This is done when too many web links are in an article. The best way to ensure that you can remove the ugly Google ads is to remove a lot of links from your hubs through the 'settings' (as The Divine You said here) and then you can have hubs without ads.
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