Advertisement is spelled wrong. When you save a hub unpublished and you can see where the Googles ads would be placed, it says:
advertisment should have an E.
It's misspelled in all of the gray boxes where Google ads may potentially be placed.
After your comments to me the other day, dont you think this might be a little petty?
I never even realized it lol. Buess I never read it until now hehehe thanks for pointing that out Whitney! It funny!
I never really noticed it either. I just happened to copy my hub into a word doc and it copied over the ad placement wording.
Ryan, I'm not being petty by any means. I'm not complaining or demanding anything. Just pointing out an error that was made by mistake. If they don't want to change it, I could care less. I just thought they should know. It was a simple mistake that most people haven't noticed and probably would never notice if it hadn't been brought up. I found it by pure accident. I wasn't going through the site critiquing the world or anything.
So taht makes it not advertisement but...
adver tis ment lmao cool what does that mean?
Yeah, I just published a Hub on circumcision & the topic was misspelled that I placed in under. I tried to figure out how to tell them; maybe this is the place? Nothing bothers writers more than typos not caught, am I right? Proofreaders of the world, unite!
The typos and grammy errors in almost every post in this thread are a bit ironic.
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