Is it possible to make some of hubpages that don't show any ads.
I want to remove adds form some of the pages. If anyone know, how to do that then would you please help me.
If you have no outbound links and the content is completely original you should be able to set your ad impressions to none.
darkside, i mean the following thing:
suppose, i have hupages named as "a","b","c","d".... etc.
now, i only want to disable AdSense ads only from "a".
But all others ("b", "c", "d"....) will show AdSense adds.
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