I didn't check off to have them on my pages or sign up for it with my adsense username. I don't mind if they are on there, I guess, but curious where any revenue from them is going? And, can I take them off or not? I haven't used adsense in awhile so I'll have to dig out my info to get it credited to me, I suppose.
In HP you will be sharing 60/40% with HP. If you did't add the adsense id in HP affiliate settings then all the revenue goes to HP.
You can't take ads off from your hubpages
That's not correct. If your hubs are not commercial you can set the ad level to High, Medium, Low, or None. If you haven't enabled AdSense, HubPages (and the person whose URL tracker you signed up under) gets 100% of the revenue.
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