If I understand it right, AdSense publishers may place up to three AdSense for content units on one webpage. They may also place a maximum of three link units and two search boxes on each webpage.
But I find that one of my hubs has more than 3 Adsense for content units on it. This is what I saw today but I am not mentioning my hub as that may be considered self-promotion.
How is that allowed?
I would be glad to have an answer to this question.
Thanks in advance
I usually have three content ads up and one link unit ad, are you absolutely sure you are not mistaking a link unit box ad for a content ad?
There are five Ad units on a Hubpage if you visit without being logged in.
Edit- Sorry, forgot the one at the bottom. There are 6.
Hubpages is a premium publisher, different rules apply.
Customer Service actually contacts them back too
You get the standard three plus two link units within hubbers share of impressions, but an additional two (I believe) units within HP's share of impressions (because they are a premium publisher).
At one point it was announced (and briefly in use) that hubbers would also get these additional ad units. But despite the intial fan-fare with which this was announced it soon discreetly vanished and was mentioned no more.
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