Donno what's happening but can't see any ads on my hubs!!!
Do you have any ad-blocking software installed on your browser?
I can see adverts after looking at a couple of your hubs. Was it all your hubs or just one?
If it's all of them, do you have some type of ad-blocker enabled?
Apologoies QuestionMaster and relache
Actually I was using a different pc, since I am out of my house, and I think its some ad blocking software that led to this confusion. I should have given a thought to this before post it here..
Anyways thanks to both of you for making me realize this
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