Do any of you allow Google native ads? Would you recommend it? Google wants me to sign up. I am currently using Google Ad Sense.
I was recently looking into auto ads myself. From what I read they try to fill your website with ads without any action from you.
I was thinking of trying them in my own blog, but I have been writing for HubPages more recently, and it doesn't have any content yet.
I remember seeing a few people talk about how they did not like the placement of the auto ads and thought it did not look good.
Maybe give them a try?
I tried it out on my website. The ads looked good in the sense that the ads fit into the divisions on my website really well. But they were placed in horrible positions. Within content that I would not want to be broken up for instance. I, therefore, do not use them anymore.
Thank you lobobrandon. That was one of my concerns. While I could certainly use some extra money, I don't like the idea of my articles being affected in the way you describe. I want to place the reader's hopefully enjoyable experience ahead of more advertising. I appreciate your response!
Thank you EricFarmer8x and again, lobobrandon. I think I'll wait awhile. I don't want to mess things up right now and I am pleased that my HubPages income is streadily rising. Not real fast, but pretty much climbing every month.
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