I am so confused;( I have looked EVERYWHERE, trying to figure out how I can locate where you set ad status (low, medium, high) at. I do remember that, when you join, it asks you to set this (which I did). Now- for some strange reason- I cannot figure out how to reset them, to high. Unfortunately, the system will not publish my pages until I do this, so... I need to figure something out soon! Thank you for any help you can provide. Audreana71
When you are editing the hubs, there is a box at the top where you can edit the title and description of the hub. The settings for ad status are also contained in that box.
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