Today a friend alerted me that a lot of ads are popping up on my blog. My sincere apologies for this. I do not know how this happened as, to my knowledge, I never gave permission to WordPress or anyone to advertise on my blog.
I am not getting payed for any of these ads, and I have purposely chosen at this time not to advertise on my blog.
A friend is helping me fix this problem, and I hope it will be remedied soon.
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My name is Shelly Johnson, and I am a writer and philosopher with a Ph.D. in philosophy. One of my primary personal and philosophical interests is how we can learn to love ourselves and each other better in order to cultivate personal and political resilience. I teach ethics and a variety of other courses at a local college. I am the author of the blog Love is Stronger. I am also the author of three logic and critical thinking books for high school and middle school: _Argument Builder_, _Discovery of Deduction_ (co-author), and _Everyday Debate_, published by Classical Academic Press. You can reach me at email@example.com.
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4 thoughts on “Apologies for Recent Ads: I am Fixing This”
It looks like you have the free WordPress blog. Which means you blog for free, but it also means that WP can post ads there without your permission. You can read more here: https://en.support.wordpress.com/no-ads
Basically, you will need to get a paid plan to end the ads. Which was what I did because I grew tired of the ads, plus the personal plan gives me more flexibility than the free plan.
Brendan: Thank you so much. You are right. I did indeed upgrade to a new plan which removes all ads from my blog. Thanks for this help!
You’re welcome! On one hand it’s annoying that you have to pay money to remove ads. On the other hand, I understand that WordPress is a business and needs to make money too.
Yes, I agree with you. One of the reasons I was worried is because one of my friends noticed that there was an unusual number of ads that started appearing suddenly. I have upgraded my plan now, though, so I don’t think I will have to worry about that.