When I made my first hub I accidentally chose the HIGH option for Adsense Ads and I want to get rid of all the ads on my hub page. Does anyone know how to get rid of them? Thank you!!
The first thing you need to do is stop shouting (using all CAPS)
Then go to your hub and click "EDIT"
Then change the setting to "none"
Then the next thing you need to do is read this:
And count your outgoing links. You may find you have a few too many and will get yourself deleted.
Mark, they don't care. That's just a free intenet ad. Hopefully, staff will take care of it.
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