I can't figure out how to place photos and ads in different places within hubs. I see the "add" thingy, but can't get it to take care of this problem. Help please.
I tried this and the only place the ad will move is right, up or down...and I mean ALL the way up or down. If I want to place an ad within the text, I can't do it. Any more on this for me?
You have to break up your text. Make the paragraph that you want the text to appear next to separate from the other text. Then you will be able to move your ad around a little more
Separate as in make more than one text capsule
The ads on Hubpages are in set locations you cannot select where they go.
The only way around this is by moving your text and photo capsules etc. to fit so that you optimize the location of the ads within your hubs. This can move the top right hand ads down slightly. Sometimes you can get a block of ads. ads. at the foot of your page too.
There are hubbers who have hubs about this topic but you need to read an up to date one, as Hub ads are now on the page when originally it was Adsense on its own.
If you go to FAQ or the learning center you can to read more on the optimization of ads. in your hubs.
The green arrows move the capsules up/down/left/right in the same way some mobile phones navigation worked.
Once a capsule is on the right you can select a change of background color - blue/white or grey for your capsule.
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