I know the whole story about Kontera. But it's been some time since Kontera was phased out on HubPages, and I just wanted to know if HP plans on implementing a similar program in its place. I've searched the forums to see if there were any official notices, and someone mentioned Infolinks as being pretty good. I read about it on John Chow's website not too long ago.
I thought HP ads were the replacement?
Anyway, advertising like that is highly annoying, which is why it was discontinued.
I also considered HPEP might well be the replacement for Kontera. Still, I was just curious to know if there ever were plans for one similar. You may be right - they are a bit annoying, maybe even intrusive. Not as bad as full page banner ads, perhaps.
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 Evan Hutchinson6 years ago
Always figured there was something fishy about how you can't see your all-time earnings. Now that my hubtraffic has skyrocketed (averaging now 5000 hits per day) I finally started making some decent change off Kontera,...
by Glen7 years ago
I've been given the greenlight by HP HQ to write this and also post it on the forum for feedback. The reason I'm posting it for feedback is to see whether or not it's understandable to brand new hubbers. Is there...
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 Person of Interest6 years ago
What are folks opinions on Kontera these days?
by sarclair5 years ago
If you have let Kontera go, did it have a positive impact on your Google AdSense earnings?
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