hello, i have no ggogle ad account and i don't want to but there is ads on my articles ,how can i get rid of it ?and if i can't how can i choose its subject?
You can open the hub in edit mode and set it to zero ads. But why bother?
It will stop only adsense and hubads.
But even when you do have a google account you will not choose the ads that appear on your hubs. They will look just the same as they do now.
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