I have seen different iterations of this question in past forums (I just did a lot of reading trying to find a situation like mine; forgive me if it was answered and I just couldn't find it!)
For the last week or two, since starting with HubPages, my Google Ads were appearing just fine (I have had AdSense for a few years, just not at HubPages, and have only earned a whopping $0.39). However, I just noticed tonight that there are no longer any ads on my pages!
I've checked my settings, my codes, etc. I even linked to Analytics, which I didn't do before, but still I cannot get the ads back.
Is Google AdSense down and they forgot to tell me? Any thoughts? Any setting malfunction I could look into?
Truth be told, I'll be posting again after some research on how in the world I am supposed to understand the AdSense page!
Any help is appreciated. Thank you!
Thank you, Barry! I'm glad others can see them even if I can't! I feel silly for posting when it may not have been necessary. D'oh!
Most likely, an anti-virus program or browser add-on is blocking the ads on your computer.
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