I'm pretty sure the answer to this question is, No. But if by chance it is possible, I thought I'd ask the question.
Yes. The default is to monetize all hubs, but you can turn monetization off for individual hubs.
Go to the hub editor. On the right hand side, click settings. Change the ad level to none and unclick "This hub may be considered commercial." Hope this helps.
Note that in order to turn off ads on a Hub, there must be zero outgoing links to any site that is considered commercial. (essentially any other web site that earns money in any way on their site)
That is also good to know. I was thinking of a Hub that might not follow Adsense TOS in terms of subject matter, so I think it'd be okay, it wasn't a commercial thing. Thanks for the info, learning lots here.
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