I was checking my comments but I forgot to sign up first, so I was reading a comment that someone left and I noticed that things were double underlined and highlighted.
I never signed up for Kontera so how does this happen?
The ads must be carrying hubpages affiliate id for Kontera, you can turn them off for individual hubs or even all at once by editing your affiliate settings.
That's from HP help section.
I understand that but I don't have an account with them. There is no way for me to turn it off.
I think you can, did you try that in affiliates page? There is the option.
Thanks Dingdong, I figured it out. Apparently you can have Kontera on you hubs even without an account with them.
I had it on 19 hubs and never knew and that sorta makes me upset. Anyways. Issue solved... I hope unless it wants to do it again and I don't know about it.
You can disable it from there, scroll to the bottom of the page.
by Wag The Dog6 years ago
Another wrong idea.
by Simone Haruko Smith6 years ago
Hello all, On June 6th, we will be phasing out Kontera advertising on HubPages. The program is used by only a small percentage of our Hubbers, and we are focusing our efforts on improving the most popular and...
by avan9895 years ago
How do you add kontera to hubpages under affiliated setting. It is not even an options.
by Muhammad Hajjo5 years ago
What is the Kontera Revenue?? Ho ca I become a part of it??
by Direxmd7 years ago
I signed up for Kontera and got approved, got everything done. Now I notice that I need to "Copy and paste this tag right before the tag on every page on your site where you want ContentLinks® to...
by Richard Bivins7 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...
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