My photo and information is at the bottom of my article instead of at the top. What can I do?
What are you talking about?
There are ads at the bottom of every hub. It's one of the selected Google Ad placements.
Your articles look fine. Your profile picture is in it's correct place and nothing seems to be out of place on your latest article, which is the only article I checked.
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