Is there a way to have the lists of adds on my Hubpages removed? Some don't even relate to my subjects.
It's one aspect a new configuration we're currently testing and refining (more about it here: http://blog.hubpages.com/2013/03/upcomi … atted-ads/)
Nothing is set in stone!
Alas, you can't just remove *one* element; if you wish for those to go away, you will need to turn off all ads. Sorry for the inconvenience. ^_^;;
And pardon our dust!
I think the ads are based on cookies of the viewer.
I wanted to sign up for their ad display but prefer to be paid via paypal. And the biggest thing is not having to give my Tax ID number out to another company.
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