Help!!!!! I've just posted my first hub on low fat foods and to my dismay the Googles Ads were for dating in India. Now I have nothing against these ads but they are not appropriate for my hub. Can I change them?
Have you checked out the FAQ sticky thread? It's got a link to the answer, along with many other questions commonly posed in the forums.
Thank you so much. I did a quick search earlier and wasn't looking in the correct area but I have now solved the problem and realise I will have to be a little more patient.
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