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We cannot read what you have written sunforged. It appears to be computer language. Yesterday, I had a pop up on Hubpages but I can't remember the time or the situation, sorry. I remember Thinking , how weird.
Its not an adsense ad - the links are for HP staff, they are quick about removing pop-ups, but they have to know who to block.
Im not sure if they do it by destination ID or campaign # or both so I provided both.
It is kind of funky how the text was never broken and continues way off the page!
Ah ok that makes sense. I wasn't aware HP staff did that.
Learn something new every day...
Don't these ads help the hubber, why would they want to remove revenue earners?
I am asking for clarification here , cant understand this too clearly
Basically they are annoying.
By removing them from the list of adverts displayed, less annoying adverts will take their place.
Aren't all ads annoying?? I thought they were a necessary evil.
I had an adsense advert of a skull on one of my hubs and it would give me the creeps everytime I looked at it?
I'll agree adverts are annoying but it's how we make money.
However this particular one appeared to be one of those "mouse over" and it pops up kind of ones which hubpages usually weeds out. So we end up with less annoying adverts. :-)
If an advert really annoys you there is a place in adsense to stop it showing on your hubs you just need to type the address in the ban list.
I didnt even mouse over - I had received a new comment and was looking at it, the "new comments" link brings you right to the bottom of the page, but I couldn't even see the comment because a pop up was floating over it.
sunforged , I am the most computer illiterate around. So tonite at 11:51 I had the black and red pop-up on my computer as I was looking at my comments page too. Safecount.net is the sponsor. How do I report this? and to whom ?
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