I just published a Hub Page offering nothing for sale. It contains previews an eBook I have written but not yet offer for sale.
When I published the page, I got a message telling me that I had to choose "High" ad content for "commercial pages."
What does AdWords place on my Hub Page? Another book--which is both distracting and unattractive.
Did I miss some opportunity to make a choice about the category of my Hub Pages back when I signed up six months ago?
How do I make a non-commercial Hub Page?
If you have outgoing links it is considered commercial.
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