I wanted to ask why Hub Ads are showing on my hubs when I have the feature turned off?
It is more than likely that you viewed your hub on HP's share, which will have adsense ads, even though you've turned them off.
No, what I mean is I disabled Hub ads and when I am signed out, I see them on my hubs...I don't want them shown at all.
My problem is with a past hubpages account being still connected with my google adsense account. Tried starting up a new google adsense to go along with the new hubpages and there is really no way, it is not allowed with my new account because of my old account connection still. How do I get rid of the old account connection here to start anew?
Fluffy, I answered you in the other thread you mentioned this on.
You can only have one Adsense account per physical address.
You can connect that one Adsense account to as MANY hub accounts as you wish. I have about five connected to mine.
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