Why are Google Ads Not Appropriate?
Why does Google place ads which have nothing to do with hub content, such as a hub about small bathrooms and then they stick an ad about adoption in the ad spot.
Google Ads are not just about the content of the site on which they are placed. Google also looks at the interests of the user. So, if Google thinks that you are interested in adoption, you will see ads about adoption although the site that you are visiting has nothing to do with adoption.
by Ana Teixeira 6 years ago
What is your opinion about adoption by gay couples? (please elaborate)As an adopted child, I would very much like to know how the world sees adoption by gay couples. I will not state my opinion until the right time, mostly because I don't want to influence the responses. Hope you take the time to...
by Janis Leslie Evans 6 weeks ago
I published an article on suicide. I thought the ads were off until it gained more traffic. But I just checked it out and it appears that the subject matter falls outside of the TOS?!!?? I had no idea. Staff and veterans, please clarify.
by Pat Merewether 10 years ago
i've mentioned this before, but i just checked my 84 articles and a huge number of them have ads for 'filipina girls', 'sexy singles', etc. my articles are about gradening, food, travel and family topics - there are even two ads for sex on my article about 'webkinz'! I emailed the help...
by Bestedex 5 years ago
by tweety69 7 years ago
hi i whant to find out about adoptioni would like to fine out what i have to do to apply to adopt a young child or a baby or any age
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
I have a hub about homosexuality in monarch butterflies with ads for books on Amazon about homosexuality in animals, however, ads have been disabled and in the warning why details it says: "Because this Hub was identified manually, and not through our automatic filter, this status will not...
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