Ok so I am just writing my latest Hub, I will admit it a completely different one to the normal stuff I write. Anywho, just finishing up and I click on preview. I noticed there are no ads anywhere?
Is there a reason for this? Could it be something wrong with the content of my Hub? Should I go back and start over. Should I publish it and hope for the best? Don't know what to do? Help!
Your hub will have to be published before google adds ads.
Yes I know that, but usually on preview you get the little grey boxes saying 'this is where ads will be placed'. They are not there this time.
Update, in a new window I just checked my stats page, on my unpublished new hub I have got the ads disabled sign. Does that mean there is something wrong with the content of my hub?
You don't worry about that. Just publish your hub and check for the ads.
Think your wrong there, the ads would not have been there if I had published. I went back and started over, there were a few words in my hub that must have triggered the google filter, so I removed them and carried on. Published now, with ads! What a hassle!
Ads does not show up when you are previewing your hubs that is becuase you are still editing them. They show up after you published your hub.
Usually you get the grey boxes though, I didn;t have them. Ads were disabled due to my content being offensive. It wasn't offensive buy I think I picked up on a word in my hub that had set off the google filter, I deleted the word and then the ads appeared. Sorted.
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