I already have seen some kontera ad links in my 2 hubs where I pasted the kontera HTML tag code on my hub. But I have noticed that once you have pasted adsense code to your HTML the google ads will be posted to your hub and you cannot put Kontera code to it anymore since it will delete the adsense ads in your hub. SO in this sense I have to select only either Kontera or adsense it cannot be both of them on my one hub. This was my observation. Can anybody enlighten about this matter. Thanks a lot.
You don't post the Adsense or Kontera CODE in your hub.
You get the publisher ID and put it in the right spots here: http://hubpages.com/my/affiliate and the rest will be done automagically.
Correction It says copy paste the code in your HTML tag so thats what I did. I mean copy pasting not posting if I made you confused by my term.
You know, posting in one thread will be enough to get you answers. You posted this 3 times in this forum.
I don't get it... there's no real answer in this thread, and I have the same issue. Kontera gives me some html widget, when Im looking for a five digit affiliate code.... huh?
It's the number on the fifth line of the code provided.
See our step-by-step instructions for Kontera for further help.
Hey ron believed me last week I was confused But I practiced pasting the kontera HTML code in my hub. All you have to do is copy paste that code shown here by and you go to your hub. Click edit icon for your text then click HTML then paste your kontera code there then click upgrade HTML then your done.
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