Morich, the website isn't choosing those ads. Here's how most of those ads work - Andy R and his staff put some coding in each ad spot. Their team tries to sell those ad placements to specific vendors. But the vendors do not buy up all the quantity of views that the website generates. So, any unsold ad spaces get filled automatically by ad networks - like Google, Facebook, Verizon, AOL and literally hundreds of others.
Andy has a say in topics he can block, and he can block certain keywords, but other than that he has no control over the ads that are placed.
Sometimes, unscrupulous companies, like those selling facemasks at rip off prices do all they can to cheat their way into the ad networks. Sometimes, even hackers will pay to have ads placed that carry malware.
I owned a network of 9 large guitar forums for 20-years. I met Andy long ago through my business in the forum industry. I can tell you Andy and his staff work super hard to keep bad ads from appearing but it's a huge job and the rotten advertisers use all kinds of devious methods to cheat their way onto websites.
There are thousand of ad networks all over the world. And millions of advertisers all over the world. And all of these ads pour into the networks and are automatically placed. When bad ones are seen, they are removed and blocked but it's just impossible to monitor completely.
PS. When you see RV related ads those are generally the ads that Andy's ad sales people have been able to sell. It's the non-RV ones that are most likely placed automatically by "remnant ad networks."
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