Ads are appearing on all of my Hubs but one, and for the life of me I can't figure out why. It's probably something obvious to everyone but me. Thanks for any help you can give me.
Make sure the box is checked stating it meets adsense guidelines, also be sure that the hub is set to low,medium, or high based on the number of ads you want shown. The other problem to check is to go to google adsense and check site status to see if that site has been blocked by robots.txt file sometimes if google can't read the page they won't be able to display ads.
AdSense guidelines met is checked; Hub is set to high.
Now, about site status...I found what you are talking about, and I thank you for that little prodding to learn more about my AdSense account.
However, the "sites" that show the robots file as the reason blocked are actually Hubs, and Google tells me that robots.txt is under the control of the web provider or webhost, which is not me, but HubPages.
Additionally, the Hub in question is not one of the Hubs showing up blocked. The ones that are showing up blocked do have Google ads appearing on them.
UH OH.... I am at a loss then, I do not know any other reason unless that hub just doesn't meet guidelines or there are no ads relevant (highly unlikely) can you send me a link to the hub please and I will look at it.
No ads when I view it... hmmm I truly have no idea why there wouldn't be any. Good luck, I would maybe email staff to see if there is something wrong with code on that page
by SIJO1 8 years ago
One of my hubs has no google ads?It used to have ads and they are longer on there i have not had ads disabled on my account so dont know reason for this please help!!
by Dorsi Diaz 9 years ago
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by Sabre1000 4 years ago
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by EmpressFelicity 7 years ago
I have noticed that the three Google ads that appear at the bottom of each hub look very much as though they are part of the hub itself. I am wondering whether this could be a reason why some HP members have had their Adsense account disabled, because if you put a link of your own at the bottom of...
by Mark Ewbie 8 years ago
This is a bit tenuous but I have put a fake Adsense advert on my hub. Do you think there could be a problem with misleading advertising that isn't actually advertising? It's no worse than the real adverts.'Spect I'll get told off by someone.http://hubpages.com/hub/Tired-of-Optica...
by TechSecDude 11 years ago
Hi, one of my hubs no longer displays ads. The hub is...http://hubpages.com/hub/How_To_Install_ … rn_BlockerAds are set to 'High'. I'm sure there used to be ads on the page.Any ideas?Thanks.
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