I need to know how to remove a advertizement that is put on my site can someone tell me how to do that. It really is not good for the artical.
Someone help me Please Thanks Safe & Secure
Welcome to the forums.
Just remove any links from your hub, set Adverts to "none", and indicate that the hub is non commercial in the check box.
When you do this, no ads will be shown.
If you are registered with AdSense, you have the ability to tell them not to display certain ads, but it will effect all ads shown via your entire account.
If you have only recently published the hub, give it a few days for the ads to settle down. Also, try viewing your hub when you are not logged in to hubpages, you may find the adverts are a better match for your article. I don't know why
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