I know there was a way of varying the adsense settings and one was able to choose fromamong low, medium and high. does anyone know how it is done? thank you
It sounds like you're talking about the hub itself and not so Adsense settings.
Each hub is usually set to "high", so the most ads can be displayed on the hub. I haven't checked in a while, only because, I think that the setting is a default to "high".
You would have to edit the hub in question and click on settings on the right side. You could change it, but I don't know why you would want to lessen the amount of ads displayed.
I am not aware of a setting within Adsense that would be related to what you said.
I hope that helps.
You neeed to make the hub non-commercial to do this, once you have done that you can vary the ads.
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