It seemed that every time I published a hub I get Adsense ads on TATTOOS. And then it takes a little while for it to settle down and find its footing.
So I've researched information on a hub about tattoos. I figure, if you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
So I publish it. And NO ADS ABOUT TATTOOS. What the!?
I think the tattoos come up first because they need the business. They are probably the default ads. No one else (or few) want them--- Check back and see if they are not quickly replaced. Target your keywords and your graphics to your subject and ads will probably change quickly. Yes it takes a while for the engines to find appropriate ads-- machines are only human, after all.
You should know better than to use "black hat" techniques like that to game the system, Darkside.
Google knows what you're up to - remember GoogleGod sees all ... even the intentions in your heart ...
THAT HAPPENS TO ME TOO!!! I HATE IT!!! its so annoying >
All I can say is when the chocolate ads starting popping up on my Excrement, Inc. hubs, I knew then an there that adsense only has so much ad sense.
LOL!!! Guess Jenny may be right, we are being watched by GoogleGod
::: spooky music in the background::::::::
You are not alone, Darkside... those weight loss ads are instill appearing in my article about inflation... (laughing myself silly).
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