How can I know that the shown google ads are my ads ?
If I published a post at any sharing revenue site and there are some shown ads , how can I make sure that these ads are mine ?
Actually, its not always yours. Hubpages rotates adsense code with theirs. But they make sure that ur code is also put for equal amount of time in terms of clicks and views.
Hope that helps...
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