I shared my article about HOA horror stories with a friend, who quickly sent me back this screenshot yikes ... are “these” types of ads normal? Are they normal for real estate content or does the subject matter of the article not dictate the ad?
There are a number of unpleasant ads nowadays and not at all related to the content. I am presently seeing Travelfriend ads too much distracting the attention. They slide down along with your browser until the end.
Usually, the ads relate to the surfer (viewer). It depends on what the viewer has been searching, tweeting and so forth. Funny though, when I am doing research on a new article, like indoor plants, weeks on end I will have plant-related ads wherever I go on the Internet.
Generally, I’d be inclined to agree. Although, my elderly lady friend seems hardly the type to be seeking out “Naughty Moms” online. She was rather taken off guard by the ad. Enough so to text me ha ha ha. Although, the saying is “don’t judge a book by its cover.” Curious
I was hoping HP had a policy against these types of ads.
by Dawn M 3 years ago
I shared my article about HOA horror stories with a friend, who quickly sent me back this screenshot ... are “these” types of ads normal? Are they normal for real estate content or does the subject matter of the article not dictate the ad?
by Wasteless Project 8 years ago
Dear hubteam and fellow hubbers,I have recently posted a hub on how to beat recurrent yeast infections (wastelessproject.hubpages.com/hub/5-home-remedies-to-beat-recurring-yeast-infections). I have to admit that I was really taken aback that a hub would be evaluated as unsuitable for ads just...
by Bestedex 8 years ago
by NISARG MEHTA 8 years ago
Is your content directly related to ads shown on your particular hub?
by Kaibraine 12 years ago
I made 2 hubs this week. I don't see any adsense ads though. Is this normal?
by evemurphy 12 years ago
I would like to see a daily or weekly or even monthly list of words that Hubbers should avoid using (if they want Google Adsense on their Hubs). It would be helpful I think to many writers who don't want to spend hours writing a Hub only to find out they used a 'banned' word in the copy or a word...
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