On a bit of a funny note, I made an article in my website on Universal Studios Halloween Horror nights. It gets good traffic,,, great right?
Well,,, because it has words like "horror" "bloody" "scary" and so on,,, The Google ads are all about security systems, stun guns and handguns!!
Ironically the home page DOES show an actual Link to Halloween horror night since it's about Universal theme parks.
That's funny. I've encountered the same problem whenever I want to do a negative review on something. Google just goes ahead and advertises for the things I'm negatively reviewing. Gotta love em.
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