How do I remove the ad space that's at the top of my page?
I chose a HubPages template for my hub. It came with an area to embed an ad that is now considered inappropriate. I have tried to remove it but nothing works
That seems strange. I would post this under the help forum.
From what I have read there is no way we Hubbers can control this ad space. Here is a link to the official forum post:
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