Does Hub Pages track my browsing history?
I am noticing that some of the advertisements on hubs are advertisements for items that I have been researching on line. I may be acting paranoid but I have been researching pull behind reel finishing mowers to use to mow my yard, they are suddenly all over Hub Pages. I do not think that there are that many people looking for non-motorized pull behind mowers, the types and.The same goes for binoculars and other lawn care equipment that I have been looking at to include Amish tools I looked up which are job specific tools that I had to research in depth to find. Has anyone else noticed this?
You'll also find items you browsed for at dictionary.com and many other places. I think FB maybe. Yeah might be a Google thing as previous post said. I was a little weirded out when I came on HubPages and saw an ad for the very two tiered produce basket I own. I had just looked it up on Amazon to use it in an ad on my blog. It's a little creepy, isn't it?
Same thing has happened to me. I bought some clothes from a certain clothing store online and now advertisements for them are all over the place: my yahoo email and even hubpages and other websites that I visit. Now I am getting tired of seeing this clothing store LOL.
by Research Analyst 8 years ago
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