I have filtered out several unwanted links from my hub except this one (and there are a few others like the ad shown below)
How can I remove this particular Ad from my hub using Google Adsense Competitive Ad filter?
[I have removed my hub's name from the link below]
<snipped ad code>
Download the "Google Adsense Preview Tool" for Internet Explorer. Once I started using that, I was able to weed out many of those silly ads that are just plain pointless. It has caught some of those that are hard to trace, which is perfectly fine with me.
Other than that, hopefully someone else will have an idea.. Good luck with it!
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