Has advertising in the questions changed?
Last week the questios had advertising on them, Is it just me? The advertising on my questions isn't showing up now. Does anyone know why?
No, it's not just you. Though I've not been on this site for a few months now. I've noticed where there use to be advertising its just blank spaces.
I received an email that they are going to take down a few of my articles if they had, either a comment or more than one comment section.
I've also noticed a lot has changed here and it does not seem to be for the betterment of the writers.
hi, thank you for answering. what do you mean by more then comment. lots of my articles have multipule comments? I don't have the ability to have more than one comment section. Its always at the bottom of the page.
I am also wondering. What is it? More than one comment section!!!
I do feel strange experience seeing this page. It all changed entirely. They are showing the related questions at the right side instead of at the bottom. And no ads at all.
Yes, It seems odd not to see adds on the side of the screen. Mine also show the related questions. At lest its not just me.
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