I am going to open my blog under 'HubPages'. Let may know whether I will have a say on the choice of the companies whose ads will be displayed on my blog that means I want to know out of the 4 companies like Ad sense, Amazon, eBay & Konetra, if I want to avoid one, will I be allowed? .
First, you can't open a blog. Hubpages is a collection of articles, not blog posts. Second, you can control Ebay, Amazon, and Kontera - and you have no control over adsense if your hub promotes anything in any manner. If there are no outgoing links, and you don't advertise anything, then you can choose between no ads, a few ads, and many ads.
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