I have a hub about a special moment I shared with my father many years ago. I just finished editing it and found that a Google ad with a fat women (a really fat women) in a bikini, holding up a fish was placed on the page. What the heck kind of ad is that? I unchecked the box that says that the hub should be considered commercial and the add disappeared. Doesn't Google screen their ads?
I think you missed the whole point of that ad
It was meant to be taken from the fish's perspective... not the Fat girl's... If asked; I think you would find that the fish felt the same way as you did.... and didn't appreciate the fat girl either!
If you log into you google adsense account, you can filter those ads and anything like it. You can also pick specific ads to only show on your hubs if you chose to do so. Its not that hard to do, I'm an adsense noob and I did it.
I have a blog about lounge music, and all my ads were for Sears Chaise Lounge chairs !?!?!
So I logged into my adsense account and made it so Sears ads do not appear on my blog and I also filtered out anything that had to do with " Lounge Chairs "
by Jean Bakula 7 years ago
I seem to have come to HP just before all the changes. I have put in almost F/T hours on the days I write my hubs. I've read whole books, not only the ones I review, but for material for my hubs. I think what I write is well written and informative. I kept hoping as I got more readers, the money...
by Andrew 9 years ago
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by Sherry Venegas 21 months ago
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by David 470 8 years ago
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by Teri Silver 7 years ago
I am having a major meltdown now, Because Hubpagges told me to, I signed up for Google's whatever it is about ads, now they've disabled it because they said I violated ... something about clicks. I don't have a clue what's going on.Nor do I understand how of this hubstuff works, when it comes to...
by Home Girl 6 years ago
That's sucks! Google terminated my account yeasterday. Any ideas?I pleaded not guilty already, but I don't think it will help. Something I violated without knowing. What could it be? I am not from India so it is probably my fault. Traffic exchange usage may be. I really-really would like to know.
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