I had turned off the ads on my page a few days ago. Now that I need to turn them on, I am not able to find the location on the site. Can anybody help?
Edit the hub. There is a section to the right called "Display options". It has a box to turn ads off or on. (You can find "Display options" just above "Organize your content".)
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