I am a new hubber. I want to set my Adsense setting to medium but it is not working and fixed at high.
Secondly can I change my Adsense unit placement or it is fixed?
Commercial hubs are required to have an ad level of high. So, to set the ad level to medium just uncheck the box that says "this hub is commercial" first.
The ad units are placed automatically based on the ad level. But the algorithm is consistent, so as you learn the system you should be able to effectively control the ad positions by choosing the layout and length of your capsules.
I don't answer to your first question. thanks [pauldeeds] who answered it.
About the Question 2, you can't control Adsense ad unit placements. Here is some tips for you:
1. Write multiple text capsules.
2. Don't add photo as the first capsule. Alow two text caps then add photos.
3. Remember to add RSS, it helps keeping your hubpages updated by itself.
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