I've noticed many times people talking about changing their Ad Sense adds on their Hubs to custom adds they have made. Is this referring to the capability to change the appearance as far as the styling of the add it self?
If it indeed it is then how do you implement that newly created ad style into your Hub. I can't find any help on this issue on any searches I've performed on the topic. Any help would be appreciated as I think it would be an interesting experiment on some Hubs to extremely overhaul the ad appearance to see if it gains anymore clicks.
Well, thank goodness for links and Rss. This is a simple manual way to solve that issue. For example, if you have a blog or hub with its own unique style, but lacks the benefits of other site blogs and features, all you have to do is create links and click ons that will direct your traffic to the other site on which you have posted your material, and once your visitors are there, they'll have access to your other features. That is why internet linking is big business. That's how hubbers make their money. You have click-ons, Rss Feed, Suggestive links, tags, and amazon and ebay buttons. Social networking features on sites with webcams and messenger features are very useful also.
So are you saying that it is not possible to install your own custom style Ad Sense Ads on Hubs? That is my question here, I am aware that I am able to do so on other platforms.
by Cassandra Mantis 6 years ago
I like a great feature in "Crackberry", the Blackberry website for a cool ads feature. They have Google ads sponsored by Google appearing every 10 or so comments down a comments section. I won't add links here - but check it to see what they look like. Could that feature become a feature...
by Cuttler 5 years ago
Why are there google ads in my hubs yet my google ad sense account was not approved?Am confused, my Ad program account is inactive, my google ad sense account was rejected, and yet there are ads on my hubs. Why is this happening and can I still earn if guys click on those ads?
by My Inner Jew 9 years ago
I need help. My ads don't match my content. I have checked my keyword density and I did not use my keywords too much or too little. Why do they not match?
by danielmybrother 10 years ago
I'm on the Google Ad Sense ad set-up page, trying to put "image only" ads on my Hub. I've seen a few Hubs with these and they look nice.) But I don't know where I'm supposed to paste all that coding Google gives you after you submit a custom ad request. Or am I doing something wrong? Any...
by sabrebIade 9 years ago
I have a problem on one of my Hubs. All the others are fine but one Hub I have is not showing Adsense.I'm not sure about posting links here, so I'll just say it's my Galilea Montijo Hub. I don't have any ad blocking software, and as far as I'm concerned the Hub's pictures are VERY conservative....
by Pamela Lipscomb 5 years ago
What's up guys? All of my hubs have Bank of America ads on them!
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