What gives? Can I turn this off? I do not read websites that have ads floating across the page in hopes of an accidental click, I know my readers probably wouldn't appreciate it either.
I try really hard to keep my added ads at the bottom of the page so they do not interfere with reading.
I just saved an article and then on the published page an ad started floating across the page. I don't want my Hubs to look like an E-how article.
I don't like them either. HP have done the sums I guess and they make more money but it makes it hard to connect with a reader when you've just shoved a giant Ad in their face.
"I am a serious and sensitive writer, but let me first show you this puff about bladder control"
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by rancidTaste8 years ago
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by Dr. John Anderson4 years ago
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