Hi, this may be a silly question but since the recent changes to Hubpages, I can't find out how to disable or limit the Adsense ads on certain posts. Did they remove that feature?
No, it is still there. There are some new tabs on the upper-right corner of the editing screen, one of these deals with settings for ad levels.
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