I'm sure some of you know about the remarketing ads from Google...
People put some code on their site and if you visit and leave, then their ads "follow" you around and you start seeing their ads EVERYWHERE! This is great for the advertiser but they honestly don't care if people click... they just want to be seen over and over again.
Here's why I think it's bad for us... people don't click for one!
Well that brings me to my second point... the ads aren't relevant to the page they are on!
Have any of you noticed the same kinds of ads on your hubs over and over again that aren't related to your content at all? Well, that's because you were remarketed to and most people probably aren't seeing those same ads.
So I'm curious if in AdSense we can turn this off so we can go back to having relevant ads on all our hubs... I feel remarketing only really helps out the advertiser, even if they big really high amounts, because they rarely ever get clicked because they don't relate to the page's content.
by Sally Gulbrandsen 5 years ago
I am curious, I have spent a good deal of time recently looking for some holiday accommodation in Paris, Suddenly the Ads which appear on many of many of my Hubs are being generated using the same site I have been using to find this accommodation. Are Ads placed on my hubs really...
by Bible Studies 8 years ago
I got into an interesting discussion on another thread, and thought it would make a good thread itself. The question of the day is how do you feel about other hubbers clicking on an ad in your hubs?Personally I really don't see a problem with it as long as the ad interests them from a good quality...
by bogerk 8 years ago
This is my 49th Hub and the first time the ads aren't appearing in the text or to the right of the text.http://hubpages.com/hub/To-New-Fathers- … -DaughtersAny ideas?
by Sharilee Swaity 3 years ago
I have a big concern about the ads coming up on my hubs and profile. They are almost pornographic. I make an effort to keep my writing respectful and suitable for all ages, and many pieces are spiritual in nature. The ads are for a dating site, it appears, and feature closeups of a woman's body, in...
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
I have a hub about homosexuality in monarch butterflies with ads for books on Amazon about homosexuality in animals, however, ads have been disabled and in the warning why details it says: "Because this Hub was identified manually, and not through our automatic filter, this status will not...
by jaymelee23 8 years ago
Does anyone else filter out the low paying "junky" advertisers on Adsense with KeywordSpy.com? I started doing it and it has helped a lot on some of the other sites that I write for and on other forums it is recommended. Any thoughts?
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