If I turn off Kontera and I also check not commercial - will these two little boxes have any affect?
I believe have had these boxes checked inappropriately.
If you never signed up for Kontera, there will be no effect to your Hubs whether you check that box or not.
You may only check "non-commercial" if your Hubs have zero outgoing links on them. Unless you wish to disable Google ads on your Hubs, there's no reason to do this.
If you check not commercial, you won't earn any income on your Hubs - is that what you want?
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Some hubbers are very good at using these terms in the forums.
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