According to the Google Adsense policies, only 3 ad units are allowed per page. But in hub pages, there are 5 ad units displaying in a hub. What is this? Please explain.
3 ad units and 3 text units on each page are allowed. Now go back and check your hubs as well as the google TOS
HupPages makes a LOT of money for Google. It's that simple. No doubt they can pick up the phone and get insider information that you and I cannot, also. If Google is still giving gifts to big publishers, no doubt they get whoppers.. I get a 1099 :-)
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