Adsense Pro Ultimate theme - 300x250 ad isn't displaying at all.

by hawkeyez 1 replies
I'm having some major issues with using this theme.

I enabled the 300x250 ad to show below the title. I made sure I put in the adsense code for the 300x250 ad.

When I refresh my site, it only shows the two 160x600 ads, but for reasons I can't fathom, the 300x250 ad isn't displaying at all.

I'm at my wits end here, I'm pulling my hair out of frustration. It's been over a week.

Unfortunately, the creators of the theme said it has nothing to do with the theme. They say the problem is with adsense.

Now, we all know it's next to impossible to directly contact adsense. The only way I can get help is through these forums.

So please help me out here. I don't even know what to do.
#internet marketing product reviews & ratings #adsense #displaying #pro #theme #ultimate
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