Is the check box that indicates that a hub may be considered commercial important.
When writing a hub there is a box that says that the hub may be considered commercial.hat affect does that have and when should it be checked?
If you un-check it, you have the ability to change the amount of google advertisements in your hub from the drop-down list above the checkbox.
If you check it, then your google advertisements are set to high.
by Audrey Hunt5 years ago
The ad level has a check mark for "high" followed by "This hub may be considered commercial.What exactly does this mean. Is this a good thing and if not, is it ok to check a low level?
by 6hotfingers36 years ago
What does it mean when Hubpages says " this hub may be considered commercial?"
by Citizen of Earth9 years ago
Hello all!Being relatively new to HubPages (2 mo), I am wondering about the box marked "This hub may be considered commercial" that appears on the Edit screen for each hub. I have read the "What is...
by Dedicated Content Curator9 years ago
Hello, When I publish a hub this question is asked. I always untick the box as my postings are all just hints, tips and opinions or advice and information. However, can you please link me directly to the...
by Army Infantry Mom8 years ago
I have been editing my hubs and tweaking them. I noticed in the editing section settings, it has 2 box's you can check or leave blank. One of the box's say's , this hub may be considered commercial. Do I check the...
by danielmybrother10 years ago
The Newby Chronicles, Pt. 17: Google has placed a long skinny ad that disrupts my Hub (not yet published) by cutting it in half. Can anyone tell me how to downsize this or get rid of it? I've tried on AdSense and can't...
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