I have to temporarily disconnect AdSense from HubPages due to a security issues, but the "Configure" button on the Earnings tab doesn't lead me to this. I also don't know how to disconnect it in the AdSense interface.
Does anyone know how to do this? I would appreciate your help.
On the HubPages end, ads can be disabled Hub by Hub, so that's one option. With only 18 Hubs that should be viable although not ideal.
You can completely disassociate (turn off) your HubPages account on the AdSense end but having never done this myself, you will have to find instructions from AdSense. They should be right there where you add accounts (websites).
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