My google ads have disappeared on all of my hubs. Is there a reason for that?
I have ads, but it's really strange. Both Hubs are about mortgages, but the ads on one are all for tattoos.
The other one seems fine.
Until your hub is fully "online" the ads showing are just placeholder type ads. More appropriate ads will show up after a bit, just be patient.
how much time does adsense take to display appropriate ads related to your hub?does any body know?
You will find a neat trick to your tags is to put in a keyword that is actually in your content. Such as education is your tag word but it is not in your content. Your tags should contain the keywords from your content. Some say Google doesn't look at keywords but I do know Google penalises you if you keyword spam.
The Adsense googlebot might think the same way. Try it and see what ads you come up with after the changes.
I will bet my bottom dollar that if you lead your content with Careers in agriculture food and natural resources you will see an immediate change. The adsense bot won't know what your hub is based on so maybe more content on the subject will help instead of so many headings. Write two or three more paragraphs on the heading keyword.
I have mortgage ads on both Hubs now - that didn't take long.
it is not just a case of waiting for hubs to come online, I have several hubs that are well established and get reasonable traffic from google and most of the time the ads shown are relavent, but sometimes they are just not! today for example on many of my "travel" themed hubs which rank well for travel keywords in google, therefore google knows exactly what the theme of the content is, are showing tattoo ads - even if I refresh a few times tattoo ads on all my travel hubpages with the occassional mortgage ad thrown in for good measure!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
One paragraph of content and three amazon capsules with a mum and dad photo. You have to ask yourself what is the google adsense bot supposed to make of that. You need a lot more content in the hub so that poor little bot will try and figure out what you are saying.
I presume this is the hub. If you make it interesting and disperse your amazon capsules around it will force the adsense ads down to where a reader might click. Travel insurance is a great paying keyword but your hubpage has no compelling information.
Your tags * annual travel insurance 75
* travel insurance for over 75 years
* worldwide travel insurance for over 75
* travel insurance over 75 with medical conditions
* cruise insurance for over 75 s
* travel insurance for over 75s
* travel insurance for over 75s uk
* travel insurance for seniors
* holiday insurance over 75
* travel insurance over 75
are not mentioned in your hub. This is what google refers to as keyword spamming.
With a little work you will nail the first page on G if done right.
actually the hub you "picked on" is brand new and still being worked on - hence not much content! but as i clearly stated in my previous post the hubs I am referring to RANK ON GOOGLE FOR TRAVEL RELATED KEYWORDS Ok got that, therefore google knows exactly what the content is themed for and yet displays crap ads - nothing to do with content on the hub - if content was misleading/spammy/insufficient etc hub would not rank on google for those travel related keywords - you have missed the point completely I'm afraid
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