I asked this question before. No one could give me any helpful answer. The 'best' response I got was to simply leave the level at High. I'm still very curious myself.
If you have outbound links, it's most likely of a commercial nature.
If a person used a hub simply to publish a poem with no Amazon, Ebay or outbound links, it most definitely can be set without Adsense ads.
If you're wanting to earn money from your hub, then simply leave the level at High.
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