can i publish my hub without adding adds to it?
i joined hubpages 2 days ago and applied for google adsense program it is under verfication process
Until your adsense is approved any ads that show will go to Hubpages. If you want less ads you can change the settings in edit mode on your hub. In the top section is a button to change ad level - it's default setting is high.
To be honest I'd leave it as it is, otherwise when you do get your adsense approved you will have to go back through your hubs and change the settings back to high again.
Hope this helps!
Yes, you can publish your hub without adding advertisement to it. In fact, you need to publish your hub first in order for adsense to approve your application.
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