Is it just me experiencing this problem? There are no google ads anymore in any of my websites. I took a peek on other's hubs and I cannot see them as well.
I just looked at one of my hubs and the ads are still there.
I just looked at about 4 or 5 of your hubs and all the google ads appeared for me...
I visited you hubs and I see google ads there.Have you seen google ads before .....LOL
Never mind.You might have an ad blocker that is not allowing you to view you own ads ( to prevent from accidentally / intentionally clicking you own ads )
Thanks for everybody checking. Oddly for instance this hub does not show any google ads for me
while others do show , maybe it's just my computer not loading fully the pages?
It doesn't show them to me either. Go back to the hub, click edit and make sure you have the ad setting turned on high. That may fix it
It looks to me like google doesn't want to run ads on pages about dog fighting. While your hub certainly isn't objectionable and isn't about the sport of dog fighting, that is probably the reason. You may be able to change the text a bit and work around this issue.
But fighting dogs need to eat too
(for those of you who missed it - a reference to the dog food ads that were scattered around for a while LOL)
I have the same thing, I can not see them anywhere on any hub...
by Whitney 11 years ago
Any one else having problems with them?None of my are accurate? They're all dog food ads. Each one of my hubs have the same ads.
by Christine 5 years ago
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by EmpressFelicity 7 years ago
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by Dale Hyde 6 years ago
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by Dorsi Diaz 8 years ago
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by Liz Elias 7 weeks ago
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