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Wriggleling Ads on Sci Fi

I just had this wriggleling ads on HNQ. My bad for not using an ads blocker but may you check your ad provider to not spam those "incredible trick". Related: We're testing advertisements across ...
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Inappropriate ads on this site

There are ads on this site that say Find single matures in your area Why?
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Markup glitch: “Tagline to show on mouseover”

I just saw this ad:              on a SF&F page (it was here, although I doubt that it matters).  I moved my mouse pointer over it and the text “Tagline to show on mouseover” appeared.          ...
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Can we have a default Community Promotion Ad to use network wide? [duplicate]

We haven't got a (IMO) good Community Promotion Ad to use across the network. We have this gaming related one but it hardly screams Sci-Fi&Fantasy. I also tried to use it on M&TV and it got ...
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Is it okay for me to make a community promotion ad for a game I really like? (no mention of game in post)

It is a science fiction game that has been playable (and continually developed) for years, and its very enjoyable. Not many people know about it. It recently went onto Steam Greenlight, so I'd like to ...
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Where do Community Ads show up?

I see that a couple of the ads I made up on a couple of the SE sites got past the threshold to be on the normal cycle. But where do they show up? I thought it was on the main site (scifi....
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What is the point in the community promotion ads that go to *this* site?

I was under the impression that the community promotion ads are shown only on this site If that is so, can we remove the ones that send us in a circular loop: https://scifi.meta.stackexchange.com/a/...