What should I do if I no longer wish to show my Adsense ads on my Hub Pages?
I am asking this because I didn't find any option do so in my HubPages account.
Thanks in advance
If you have no outbound links on your hubs, it could be classified as being non-commercial.
If it's non-commercial you can set it up so there are no Adsense ads displayed.
which means in the edit hub function if you click the the little box that says
this hub is not commercial
then the adsense box will give you more options
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