Please,I want to ask what is the level of control I have on advert placement on my blog.
How possible is it to tune off a Hub advert or any other advert that is not relevant to my niche?
You cannot change the placement of ads on your Hubs, other than when you use Amazon or eBay capsules. Even then, they are in line with your content.
You can, however, disabled all of the ads by going into edit mode on one of your Hubs, and where it says "Display Options" on the right-hand side, change the Ads to "off".
As far as I know, that is your only option.
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