Is there any way a writer can have the side advertising changed?
I have no way of knowing what is on your pages, but I do know that there are some on my pages that are positively objectionable. There are some that are boring, others are not bad, but too repetitive, but some I find positively objectional.
No nudity, no sex, but someone who looks like she's into a seizure or fainting attack, and maybe even wanting to throw up. I find it repulsive and each time try to scroll past it.
Hardly the thing to enhance my writing! Have you seen it, and is there anything I can do to block it off my pages?
A lot of ads are based on what the person serfing into your page has already been viewing. Others are based on ad providers who won a big to advertise on your page. Either way, ads are generally considered good. Not sure what ad you're speaking about specifically, but it could all depend on who is viewing your page at the time..
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