Don't all rush at once. It's the adverts I'm referring to.
I'm not a prude, honest. In fact I regularly spend hours researching female biology on the internet. But that's porn sites.
When I write some quirky, semi amusing little piece of nonsense I expect a few targeted adverts along the lines of make money, lose money and borrow money.
What I don't need, along with all the other goings on on here, is some sprawled out woman who appears to be advertising some cruddy company naming scheme.
I put up with the fish pedicures. I can just about stand the lady who appears to enjoy dating sixty year old men. But I'm getting tired of these second rate sub adsense adverts.
Or maybe the new target readership is a bunch of hopeless pervs? If it is... then I'd better start targetting them - after all, it's my specialist subject.
But are people clicking on the semi-naked woman ad?
What are your keywords you are using in that hub, could you change them a bit to attract a different type of ad? Though it does all seem to be a bit random at the moment
Hi CM. The advert probably is based on the keywords. My point is that the company uses a woman in a bikini to sell something that has nothing to do with a woman in a bikini, unless that is the normal attire for the particular company she represents.
It isn't. It's just that it's sub Google in quality, and believe me, that's saying something.
Mark, just a thought, is it the top half or the bottom half showing
just keep going, keep writing that is the main thing. I have been following your comments on the forums, you are a strong contender for hub pages, when you go, we all go ...... I have not done much writing lately, but i love to read others work, and communicate here in forums.
Mark, soon as I saw this thread I clicked on it, bet you wish they would click on your half naked woman instead of just stairing at her for hours on end.
Another good point. Although the Gay pound is worth a bit... so I hear.
Yeah, listen - I don't really want equal opportunity lots of flesh on my hubs at all really. Men or women. Just a few ads for payday loans - that'll do.
I know -just kidding around.
Actually I dont like Scientology all over mine either ,and there is some place you can block such adverst-but sorry Ive forgotton.
Adsense account ?
I was a bit miffed but not miffed enough to like click on a few buttons. I'll just shut my eyes. Well, one eye.
Goggle Adsense Setup then Competitive Ad Filter.(found along with other options just under Google Adsense setup)
Im not 100% sure if this is the only way ,but might offer a solution.
lol, well I showed a leg in a post once and UW didn't like it!
What hub is it on pleeeeeeease.
An old man has to get his thrills somewhere
It comes and goes. Sometimes normal adverts, lines of texts and sometimes the lady of the bikini.
I find if I constantly refresh the page I get lucky after three times at most.
Can't give the name of the page due to forum rules about shameless self promotion... as if I would do such a thing.
But any of the last few will show it if you're lucky. Or maybe it's just google remembering your preferences.
I think that you secretly like this bikini lady, Mark! You seem to be investing an awful a lot of time trying to get her onto your hub LOL?
Well it would be rude to completely ignore her I suppose.
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