A suggestion - as it is clear we can not see the Kontera ads when we are logged in to our account, would it be worth doing the same thing for google adsense ads?
I would think that might increase the CTR, show the ad impressions more accurately and possibly increase the click value ? As none of us would click on our own ads anyway
I don't see google adense ads regardless of when I'm logged in. There's this wonderful thing called NoScript that blocks ads.
I actually appreciate seeing how the ads effect the layout of the page for my visitors. I'd hate to have to log in and out to check the actual live view versus my editing view.
Yes, but they could be replaced with a blank that fills the space the ads would take. I do that with my blogs - I can never click on the ads, and I know where they will sit.
Adblock plus is a firefox extension that you could use to get the same result. Since I do not have any control on the ad placements on any of the Hubs, I use this extension. I am sure other browsers will also have similar add-ons and extensions.
I think I'm with Relache and Isa on this. My own traffic to my hubs is so negligible it won't make any difference on stats...
by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
I don't know if this is workable or not, it's just a suggestion.However I was just reading a thread about hubbers "rewarding" other hubbers by clicking their adverts. My suggestion: Since we cannot see Kontera adverts while logged in, could the same be applied to Adsense?Obviously there...
by Liz Elias 3 years ago
Yesterday I was showing my husband something in one of my articles, and he accidentally clicked on one of the ads on my page.I was not logged in to Hub Pages at the time, as I was showing him how to find my pages as any other member of the public would find them.Would this count against me, or...
by Lasantha Wijesekera 8 years ago
Although I have enabled Kontera Ads on all my Hubs, I cannot see any Kontera ad on any of my hub. I visited my account page on Kontera's web site and everything is perfect according to my knowledge.
by Om Prakash Singh 9 years ago
Recently I signed to Kontera ads and placed the ID given to me in the affiliate settings but the ads have not started coming yet. It has been more then 3days. I gave the URL as "Hubpages.com" at the time of registration to Kontera. Any idea anyone, what the problem could be?
by kirstenblog 8 years ago
I asked a friend to check out a hub of mine to check a link that had been broken that I had fixed to make sure it was working. She said the link worked fine and that the article itself looked really good BUT more then half way down my last block of text was shifted way down. So she saw some ads and...
by moonlake 6 years ago
Did I miss something again? Has anyone noticed on their hubs that Ads by Googleshow up when you first open your hub as it finishes opening the ads by Google disappear leaving a big blank spot? You can watch them just disappear. If this is going to continue than hubs will have to be redone it looks...
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