The ad is NOT VISUALLY separated from the blog so it looks like it is part of the actual blog post. SurroundHealth just published a blog about health literacy; bridging the gap from healthcare to home and included reference to maternal health). So, you know what ad appeared at the end (WITHOUT ANY VISUAL Separation?) -- A YouTube ad of a woman who was clearly 8 1/2 months pregnant drinking soda from a 2L bottle. It cut to a Ryan Seacrest interview. (Didn't watch the video; cannot support the "Ryan is everywhere" movement)
So, now it looks like this video has something to do with a blog and was selected and placed by the blog author.
Also, when I click on "About these ads," it says that the ad appears because either (a) the blogger is trying to make money from the ads and has chosen to show them [Which we have NOT and are NOT] or (b) the Blogger is using this as a free service (Which we recently paid for an upgrade)
SO....You need to have a better way to let readers know...You are looking at an AD; separate ADs from Blog Posts...And, Make it clear the Ad is place by WordPress and NOT by the blog author.
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