When you sign into your Google AdSense account, there is a place to enter URLs of sites or ads which you wish to block.
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Thank you for your response - I went to Google adsense and inputted the negative ad URL and now my hubpage does not show it anymore.
Another question, how do I insert more ad banners to the hub page ? It seems as though hubpages has complete control over where they are positioned and how many get displayed. I think I have counted 3 on my hubpage and they are all by Google. Even though I have Amazon, Kontera, and Ebay codes activated. It it just looks like other peoples hubpages have more ... maybe they have embedded more images within their main hubpage. I am sure most of my questions can be answered in the FAQ section, but I don't have a lot of time to sift through them and get answers quickly. Again, thanks for your patience and help.
For Amazon, Ebay you need to add the capsule and select the keyword to display the products which is suitable for your content. Kontera adds you can't see when you are login, logout and then check it, hope this helps
bhoge - Thank you it worked exactly as you stated - you have saved me lots of time
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