I would like to know if it is possible to change my ads display setting to some thing else. There are four possible setting for this: None, Low, Medium, and High. I currently have it setup (by default I guess) on High. But on some hubs I do not want to display ads at all. I tried to change it, but everything in that setting grayed out.
http://hubpages.com/hub/vietnamesecooking has no outbound links, and I guess also non-controversial, so it's safe to say that it's a non-commercial hub.
To make it a Non-commercial Hubs you untick the box next to "this hub may be considered commercial".
Then the ad setting can be changed from High to None, Low or Medium.
Your http://hubpages.com/hub/vietnamese-translation can not be set as non-commercial because it has links to a site that you have a vested interest in.
But that's just the opinion of a fellow hubber. One of the staff members will have the last say in what is or isn't deemed as being commercial.
I understand about this, I just want to display Medium or Low ads status on some hubs. But this is not possible. I do understand that I must show ads on commercial hubs. But thanks for the response
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