I had a chuckle...My butter tart recipe had 5 Google ads on that I would say were not really appropriate for a recipe hub. They were not bad just not fitting I would think. Such as 'Sexy Chicks bare all', ' Executive wife bares all', and the big bright orange one that went straight across, right under the second text capsule 'Contact single Arabs here' etc....
I thought maybe the word Tart had something to do with it so I added into the top capsule
"A treat and dessert recipe" and sure enough within a minute those ads were gone and exchanged...
Just thought I would share this as this was the first time I came across
'off Google ads'.
I can't remember but a while back I read that someone had ads that they wanted to change. I guess this could be a solution..zs
It used to be tattoos that were the default - I guess times have changed ...
I had a similar incident a while ago when I wrote an article about a town which is close to where I live called Cockermouth. This is a beautiful place in the English Lake District but Google clearly didn't think so! (No details necessary to explain that one!)
I had to make sure that the town's name was well down the page and mentioned only once. Using the ohrase 'English District' a few times got the desired results.
I had this problem too as I was writing about places in Sussex. I can only guess that was the reason as it was all very non sexy info, but for some reason I had adult ads, the worst being a pic ad for 'date gay sexy thugs'.
It seems to have gone back to relevant ads now without me changing anything though.
Zsuzsy Bee that was soo funny!! ...The only way i can help you is eating your butter tarts:D lol
They're back! I just published a hub about chocolate, and I'm seeing ads for sexy singles, and Vanessa Hudgens pics! I've noticed them on a few newer hubs by other people, as well.
Patience, my friends. It's just a temporary thing. *hugs for all*
Soooo, if I write a sexy hub, will I get dessert ads?
I have a hub about a type of cheese and it has sexy singles ads.
I understand that the word Sussex may have caused confusion on a couple of my hubs previously, but I didn't think that this hub would generate these ads too.
Not complaining though, so long as people into cheese are looking for a date, I'll be happy.
I'm a BIG fan of cheese, but my wife gets annoyed when I look for dates. Go figure.
rmr! The depitted California 'dates' are really good, especially with brie or camembert cheese.
Most likely your wife will be okay with these kinds of dates....zs
I had this happen on my interior design article.....what's up with that?
Someone should write a Hub on the history of Interstate Bakeries Corporation, the parent company of Hostess Cakes and see how many ads for Ho-Hos and Ding-Dongs come up.
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