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.
by Lola Oyedotun-Balogun5 years ago
How do I put a link on my personal blog into my profile page.I have a personal blog which has a complete profile about me and I intend to link it to my hubpage...how do I simply go about this
by Lisa René LeClair3 years ago
Is it acceptable to create an RSS feed for HubPage to post on personal blog/website?
by Katherine Tyrrell3 years ago
I'm adding links to specific hubs on a blog - by adding the URL into the blog list capsule on Blogger. I found that while some titles came up fine (ie precisely) others came up with an addition derived from the comments...
by emievil8 years ago
I've been thinking of putting up a new HubPage account (an alter-ego for some) solely for my accounting / business / technical hubs. But I've noticed that accounting hubs are not really ranked that high here (or I'm not...
by Liam Hallam6 years ago
Do you spend time linking from blogs to your hubs?Does this work to bring in traffic?Will this potentially help with SEO?Does it work / not work for you if you've tried it?Seems to me like a relatively easy way to get...
by EMartin9 years ago
All,I would like to generate more traffic to my Hubs from outside sources, as it is my understanding that these are the folks that are more likely to 'click.' Don't get me wrong, I appreciate your reading my Hubs,...
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