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I've been using the free version of localendar. I'm on a tight budget, and I loved having the option of being able to integrate it with my website - most free calendars don't allow that.
Within the last few months the "small" ad has become two huge ads on the top and bottom of my calendar. I thought it was a fluke, but the enormous ads persist. I had to remove the calendar completely because it was taking up my entire page, and the ads were overlapping images and important information.
Will these new ad sizes be sticking around? Because that would be so very disappointing.
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We haven't changed anything with regards to the ad sizes we have. Is it possible that you switched to a different calendar view style that had different ad sizes?

For a long time, we had small ads in the calendar blocks, but Google eventually asked (yeah "asked" crying ) us to remove them. But the ads have been unchanged for more than a year now.

I should also mention that for $.83/mo, you can purchase a Premium Personal subscription which will remove all ads from your calendar.
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