Same ads appearing more than once on a page. Itt tech and other tech schools appearing on pages that have nothing to do with education.
Google ad-word advertising seems like they just took over. Way to many of those ads.
Clicks don't pay nothing anymore. when you would see clicks for 5 cents on up. Now you see earning from 0 to 5 cents.
I have seen articles that take top position in search that should not with poor quality content.
I think Google has the issues not most of us writers!
I've been noticing the ads on my hubs now have less to do with the content of my hub than they used to. I agree, Google has gotten worse with ads. I am now reading through how to manage my preferences for Google ads, or even opt out of Google saving 'preferences' that reflect what I've shopped for online. http://www.google.com/ads/preferences/h … html?hl=en
Ads can be based on your own viewing history as well as the topic of your hub.
I remember reading somewhere that the ads are now all based on your own viewing history - which isn't a bad thing. The ads that I see on my pages aren't the same ads that other people see.
Awhile back, when that first started, I decided to test that theory. By using a couple different computers, I saw that the ads that appeared were things that they were interested in.
Personally, I think this is a good thing. It really targets the ads more towards what people are looking for. If they click on an article and it's not what they want, then that Google ad will help direct them towards what they want. Since I've only seen my readership increase, I have no problem with this at all. I've made payout every month now for several months, so I think that whatever they're doing is working.
Hey! Now that I have opted out of opt Google saving 'preferences' that reflect what I've shopped for online, the Google ads on my hubs have returned to the kind they used to be. They now fit the content of my hub!!!!
Now, if all the traffic to my hubs would only Opt Out, too. Ugh!
by Janis Leslie Evans 5 days ago
I published an article on suicide. I thought the ads were off until it gained more traffic. But I just checked it out and it appears that the subject matter falls outside of the TOS?!!?? I had no idea. Staff and veterans, please clarify.
by Teri Silver 7 years ago
I am having a major meltdown now, Because Hubpagges told me to, I signed up for Google's whatever it is about ads, now they've disabled it because they said I violated ... something about clicks. I don't have a clue what's going on.Nor do I understand how of this hubstuff works, when it comes to...
by Randy Godwin 7 years ago
I wish to completely disassociate my work from Google. They have shown themselves completely incapable of exhibiting any model of fairness or competency regarding providing accurate search capabilities for the internet user.I do not wish their ads displayed on any of my articles at any...
by Steve Andrews 6 years ago
I have a hub about homosexuality in monarch butterflies with ads for books on Amazon about homosexuality in animals, however, ads have been disabled and in the warning why details it says: "Because this Hub was identified manually, and not through our automatic filter, this status will not...
by Barbara Badder 6 years ago
I've heard that Google is going start giving less rank to sites with ads at the top of the fold. I have Google Adsense banner type ads just below the description of my page on my website. Do I need to remove these? I have a site with around 100 pages. This sounds like a lot of work. Do I need to...
by Disillusioned 8 years ago
Think of this.People say, content is the king in Hubs (or anywhere where you write articles and aim to get Adsense revenue).If I write a good article containing rich info on the subject, people will read it, get the info they wanted, appreciate it and go away.But if I write a "keyword"...
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