Please guide me as to a non-commercial HubPage where I have a choice of None, low, med, high ads. The less ads the less revenue, I figure a happy medium - but not to sure if should have at low.
When you first edit your hub, up in the top area where there are choices of commercial etc. The box is there. You just have to click on the check box. I have one hub that is not commercial and I disabled ads for it, That was a few months ago, but it's there when you click edit, so you can change it at any time.
If your Hubs are commercial, as defined by HubPages, you must have the ad setting on high.
Can't say, but bumping this thread. I believe I have maximum ads on all of my hubs.
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by Audrey Hunt5 years ago
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by LucidDreams4 years ago
I am not completely sure if this information is 100% accurate but it is from a marketer I tend to trust. What do you think about this.........http://mattsmarketingblog.com/seo/google-stoops-to-a-new-low/
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