There seems to be a problem with the adsense on one of my hubs
Located here - http://hubpages.com/hub/Star-Tattoo-Designs-For-Girls
None of the adsense loads i get errors on internet explorer and it even fails to load on firefox (i have tried both)
The error shows as expected ';' on line 68 Char 47
Is this a known issue? or can it be fixed it only affects this one hub.
I couldn't see the error message and the ads show fine. Have you tried checking it when you're not logged in? Maybe there's some difference (which I don't understand) when you're looking at your own Hubs. Never seen it before though.
you're right, it is just that one hub. i don't see any ads either - just a big white space where the ads should be. hmm...
cant see ads on your hub here on my end Tatto
are these the same with your prob Tatto??
Tis deff wrong MOW as tis showing an error in line 68 of the html, no Maita I think I have a different problem here which only the hubpages team can sort out.
Is the hub commercialized for adsense?
I don't see any ads on the hub at all.
Yeah its deff commercialized for adsense, tis the only hub that has done that. Any ideas ?
Try to clear your cache then recheck, sometimes the cache just gets overloaded and adsense runs on js and needs that memory.
Its deff not that Richard, my cache automatically clears when I close internet explorer.
I don't see any adds on it either, and when I was there this morning, I only saw one HP add. Are your other hubs okay?
The first time I visited this hub everything looked fine. So I wonder what changed from the time you first published until now?
Hy Art, it's Cassy. There are Google small ads appearing there but in your first intro paragraph there is a big white empty space where some adsense should be. Also, to the immediate right of this, there is another slightly smaller but noticable empty gap. Something is always advertised in there. Ask one of the staff who work the help desk to check it over. It might be just a simple thing. I don't know a lot abot frames or CSS, not sure how the thing is layed out. But your right. Something is in need of fixing. Get it checked, moi friend - let us know if you're ok.
I think your seeing the msn ads which serve on HPs impressions.
I checked and refreshed a few time never saw adsense get served but i did see the page attempt to load adsense scripts...perhaps you have taboo phrase on the page, did you check your adsense account to see if this page is blocked? did you add any tags or change any words?
I don't see any adsense ads either. Maybe adsense thinks tattoos are incompatible with their ads?
I think it maybe pictures 4 and 7.
I know you see a LOT worse on pages with Adsense, but from what I have experienced, different Adsense people look at pages, and interpret them differently.
Case in point:
Back in 2007 I had a swimwear blog that was going along fine for over a year. One day outta the blue I got an e-mail from Adsense saying they cant run ads on it because it's adult.
I e-mailed back and said that the blog had already been checked by Adsense (which it had, I was new then and had actually sent the site to Adsense to make sure it was okay. Back then Adsense actually talked to you) that the blog was just swimsuits no worse than any you see on a regular beach and asked them to check again.
The next day I got an e-mail back saying that the blog was okay and that it was a mistake.
Good luck getting that kind of response now.
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