Is this something new? What are these big floating ads showing up on my hubs. I just noticed this today. Has this always been (I'm 2 months into my hubpages journey) or is this something new?
LOL! I like the "bog floating" better.
Take a screenshot if you can and send it with a note to firstname.lastname@example.org. They'll take care of it.
I haven't seen a big floating ad yet, but I'd really rather see a "bog floating" - most intriguing
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