Are my hubs supposed to have the commercial box ticked when I write or edit them? I do have affiliates, but what are the implications of ticking or not ticking this box?
If you untick the box, then you're able to set the ad level present in your hub to a lower setting, meaning fewer ads will show. This is a good setting to use if, say, you write a hub about something that you feel would be inappropriate to display ads.
If your hub is commercial, then you should leave commercial checked. Authors that persistently uncheck the commercial flag on commercial hubs stand a good chance of being banished from HubPages.
by SunSeven5 years ago
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by iamtheknower8 years ago
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by Aya Katz7 years ago
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