I'm after some constructive advice. Here is the hub (I think I can put my link in this forum) http://hubpages.com/hub/How-to-learn-En … o-teacher.
It is getting a good traffic rate, or at least I'm happy with it, but there are no Adsense Ads on it.
What should I do?
I am seeing google link ads at the very bottom of the hub. I think the problem is due to the ad level was set as low instead of High in the settings tab of the edit mode of the hub.
Glenda, see if you move that picture you have top right of a bookcase, google can put their prime spot ad there.
Try blocking particular ad websites that aren't very related to your hub.
Working fine if you remove the dot at the end of the url.
After seeing the page doesn't exit I visited the profile page that has plenty of hubs. So again looked the url to see what the real problem is? In the end I found it.
I don't know how that dot got there as I copied & pasted!
it's the hub that just after that no exist message.
You have occupied the adsense place with your image..
Drag down the image so that adsense will be placed at the top..
Yep - upgraded ads to high and moved the image. That has certainly made a big difference.
Now to adjust a few others. I've often put the image there :-( lots of work!
Been a long time since I've posted here...
Bummed out because I can't figure out why I'm not getting any google ads on one of my favorite, sort of higher traffic hubs:
http://hubpages.com/_13onadfz6q3yu/hub/ … -cool-dude
I tried some of the suggestions on this thread... got rid of an old Amazon ad, tried moving the main pic down, still nothing....also checked ad level...sett to high...only setting allowed
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