Why are ads disabled on my Q&A?
Just wondering. Trying to utilize some of the other tools here, this was my first Q&A.
I remember reading somewhere here on hubpages that you can now earn from your Q&A when they are viewed for long enough that the ad loads. I'm not entirely sure if this is true, this seems more like a question for the forum than the Q&A section since the really experienced users tend to hang out on the forum answering questions like these, but I'll ask around a little to find out the truth of this rumor.
Ads are not disabled on Q&A. Only 1 ad s shown completely at the bottom of the page that has your question. Only the person who asks question earns from this ad, not those who answer. On forums, ads are not displayed.
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