When setting up a Kontera Account Hubpages mentions that they have a minimum of a $100 payout threshold. Now, does that mean they pay a minimum of $100 for every one or $100 minimum before sending you a check?
A $100 payout threshold means you have to earn $100 via their ads before they'll pay it to you.
Also it the same with Adsense. You have to earn $100 or accumulate 100$ to get your check.
by oderog6 years ago
I got this from Kontera. What do you think?"As one of our valued Kontera publishers, we’re excited to inform you that as of May 3rd Kontera is lowering the minimum payout threshold from $100 to $50!"Do you...
by Lisa HW8 years ago
I just got Kontera up and running within the last week. The first day or so, a few cents was on there. On - like - the third day it appeared that earnings were 1.20-something. The next day that went...
by Priscilla Chan6 years ago
I need to find out how to optimize and make the most out of my hubs. With Kontera, do I need to sign up as well?
by riotgrrrl8 years ago
I've just been setting up my affiliate accounts, and have just registered with Kontera.Now i'm stuck.It say's on kontera's site, that to get the adverts on your website, you need to copy the 'tag' which is in...
by Rajinder Soni7 years ago
Actually, I was just searching for the same thing on google today and found this digitalpoint forum thread. Two hubbers have discussed regarding Kontera's issue of not counting earnings below 5 dollars on a monthly...
by kmackey327 years ago
Is anyone using this. A while back I read a thread where everyone was dissing Kontera and no one was getting any pay from them. Many people felt it was useless. Is anyone making any money from them. Has anyone gotten a...
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