I know the best place to display the ads on a hub is just to the right hand side of the article on the first screen. That is the place the eye of the user first goes to. I have seen many writers here display ads there, but I could not get an ad there. I tried inserting two small text capsules at top but they create an add after the two capsules but not on the right hand side of them. How can I obtain an ad there? Thank you,
You need to place a single text capsule at the top with nothing beside it.
You'll need about 75-100 words - keep hitting the preview button after adding some more words till a grey space pops up saying 'advertisement will go here.'
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