Can anyone answer this simply to save me puzzling over it?
If you had the same hub(your own)
open and signed in on one and not signed in on the other why would the ads it shows be different?
Are you talking AdSense ads? Google publishes ads for gazillions of different companies and they will rotate. Most of the time if you are on your hub and hit the refresh key, the ads will change as well.
Two different people viewing the same Hub might never see the same advertisements on it.
I am struggling now to replicate what I just did but basically I was signed in on HubPages and had one set of adsense ads, came in to the same hub not signed in and the ads and the ads were different. When not signed in I had a bigger ad for a hotel deal and I was not editing at the time.
I think I best leave this for now and see if I can replicate what I just did later. It may be that the ad I saw is replaced with HubPages info when you are logged in.
relache I just read your post - that must be why,thank you.
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