no matter what i do, the ads setting are in high, , , how can we remove this ads? . .. . .the hubs will look much better if they arent there right?
You can remove ads if your Hub has no outbound links and doesn't promote anything.
But if you have any links, RSS feds, or promotional content in your Hub, you must leave the ads on high.
It is a setting you edit in each Hub.
by mobias5 years ago
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by Silver Rose8 years ago
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by Audrey Hunt4 years ago
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by Sally Gulbrandsen3 years ago
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by Solaras6 months ago
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