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Making Money Online Kontera Part 2

Updated on April 4, 2012

 If you've taken the time to read part 1of this series then you have a little understanding of Kontera. And hopefully you've taken the time to utilize Kontera in your blogs or websites or even here on HubPages. And if not, what are you waiting for?

Ok I'll wait while you go and visit Kontera now. Don't worry, I've got a while before I have to start getting ready for work. So go on, take a look around and sign up....

Ok great your back... was wondering if I was going to have to put off finishing this Hub and go to work and finish it in the morning. But now that you are back with me let's give you some more great ways and examples and information on Kontera and what it can do for you!

Utilizing the In Text Advertising Value of Kontera

Kontera is using non intrusive and highly targeted interaction with your readers, or website visitors, with the in text advertising. When a user arrives at your landing page, be it a blog or website, and sees Kontera's in text advertising I'm sure they are curious to know what is underneath that little blue word or phrase. So they scroll over it, and out pops an ad.

These ads come from specific keywords, phrases, certain content or any other variable of things. This can enable the advertiser to make a timely, meaningful, and relevant interaction with your readers or buyers.

And it's not just textual ads that they will be seeing. I mean who wants to see just words of an ad? Kontera has also enabled branding through logos and graphic elements. Meaning that you can see the ad with pictures of the product. Which makes the ad more alluring to the consumer.

In addition to textual and graphic ads, Kontera also utilizes links to dictionaries, encyclopedias, and other sources to give your readers a more fulfilling experience when they stop and visit your hub, website, or blog.


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    • chinemeremz profile image


      6 years ago

      Thanks for your information, however with all these innovations by kontera, why is that many people are yet to make money from this ad network unlike adsense?

      Because of this state of affairs, I've decided to disable it both on my blogs and hubs. But I'll like to know if you've made any substantial amount using it on your contents.

      Thanks for sharing


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