In a recent hub about keeping toddlers dressed, I mentioned pajamas. Now I have a half-naked woman in a red nighty splashed in the first large adspace... While that might possibly LEAD to children, I don't think it's appropriate in a article about toddlers. Any way I can turn that specific ad off for that specific page?
That is pretty funny, but I can understand your frustration. I do know you can prevent certain adds from showing on your Hub..and I believe it's through your profile--more detailed information to come when I refind it--BUT you can also reword that one specific word to night clothes or night pants or something that sounds a whole lot better than what I just said; and see if that works in your benefit Good luck
You can block specific advertisers' URLs in the competitive ad filter. Check out the "Allow and Block Ads" section of the new AdSense interface. Also, the AdSense Help pages contain information on how you can get the destination URL of an AdSense ad on your page without clicking on it.
I had a conversation with a new online writer and I realized what I recommended is a bit more specific than I used to be based on what I've seen be successful. I'm in the middle of refreshing several Hubs (150 to...