I still very new on hubpages and im stark!
Where can i find my Kontera PublisherID?. I have pasted a certain code from ContentLink Setup tab in the format #0000f from the Kontera site but Hubpages is coming up with this message:
"Are you sure that you entered a valid Kontera PublisherID?
Generally they are five digit numbers like: '12345'. You should double check the value you just entered."
I want to link Kontera ads on this hub:
http://hubpages.com/hub/New-Apple-iPod- … Generation
Can someone please help.Can this be he Kontera ID. If not can you detail me how to get this sorted.
If you don't mind me asking... do those copy and paste hubs get much traffic and revenue?
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