How long after blocking certain types of adverts on Adsense will they disappear from our hubs?
Yesterday I blocked a few categories of adverts that I don't want to appear on my page. They're still there today, so perhaps it takes time for this to be activated. How long will it be before I can expect to not see them any more?
Or do I have this wrong? Are some of the adverts on our pages put there by HubPages rather than Google? And if so, is there somewhere on this site where we can block certain ads?
And lastly, is there a downside to blocking certain types of ads? I can see that they're probably popular subjects, so if they're not on the page we may end up with fewer clicks..
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