I came across this yesterday and would like to get some Hubber & Hub Pages feedback on it.
Is it possible to integrate all three into my Hubs?
I am able to use and back link to my hubs from another site.
Would it be practical to use them here?
You can use AdSense and Kontera here on HubPages. Chitika does not work with HubPages..
In my opinion your probably better of using either AdSense or Kontera in any one hub, but not both. Some users find Kontera popup like ads to be annoying when you accidentally mouse over them, I know I sure do.
I have read some of the top publishers here say that Kontera really isn't worth using unless you get substantial traffic, think like 100,000 views per month. It would be a good idea to closely read Kontera's TOS too.
I wouldn't even bother with Kontera until you're getting at least 10000 monthly page views.
chitika is not available on hubpages. And earning from kontera is like getting payments once in solace.
many thanks on the info.
sucks, but i might have to pull out of HP.
With one book in print and a second nearly complete.
Wanted to use HP to expand the scope, but due to the content nature, re-wording a chapter is challenging, else HP will scold me.
but being able to use multiple revenue generators (AdSense, Chitika) -as well as Lulu's extended reach program- is the goal.
Honestly, is Kontera worth it, if I drive traffic from the site and affiliate links to HP?
I can use Google & Chitika on my website and strictly Kontera here.
Don't put hopes on kontera instead go with adsense on site+HP. Plus you can also use squidoo lenses for book promotion. To be honest, kontera will hardly earn $ no matter what niche we choose, hovering ads are distracting so gets clicked rarely.
Amazon and eBay are two other good options. eBay comes with a catch though, they are not accepting new hubbers. If you have your own web site then you may be better off applying based on that web site. Then using the account on hubpages.
From what I see AdSense and Amazon are the two most popular choices here, with some also saying they do well on eBay.
okay, so I now have Ad Sense & Amazon active.
about amazon: how many product links on each hub?
That depends on the topic of your hub. If you want to check out as per specific-topic then try reading some of the hubs of nelle, oli. That way, you can decide a number for yourself. (see how many products other writers in your niche are promoting, that will give you good competitive number).
by Richard Bivins6 years ago
As discussed in this thread The Chitika advertising network would be a good alternative to Adsense and Kontera or an additional revenue source. Chitika is easier to affiliate with than either Google Adsense and...
by Dangazzm6 years ago
Kontera is a horrid advertising company, I know some people have had success with them, but lets face it there aren't that many. Infolinks I have used on my own domains for a while now (low traffic ones to test out the...
by akihan6 years ago
Hi, I was wondering if we are able to use chitika in hubpages. Are we able to manually add in ad units into our hubs or we only have adsense. I'm not such a huge fan on kontera.
by Paul Deeds6 years ago
Since there seem to be a lot of Kontera related questions, I've asked someone from the their team to come answer questions in our forum for the next day or two. They'll be able to provide more in depth and...
by Melanie Shebel6 years ago
I have noticed that upon removing Kontera from my hubs that my AdSense earnings went up. Kontera seemed pretty useless even when I was earning with it because the click were not really all that profitable. One AdSense...
by Paul Deeds6 years ago
We made a few updates to the site today.The biggest change is that we've added Kontera as an advertising option. It is off by default for all hubs. You can enable or disable it for individual hubs by...
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