Kontera Announces New $50 Payout Threshold

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  1. oderog profile image45
    oderogposted 11 years ago

    I got this from Kontera. What do you think?

    "As one of our valued Kontera publishers, we’re excited to inform you that as of May 3rd Kontera is lowering the minimum payout threshold from $100 to $50!"

    Do you feel this will make people earn money from Kontera.

  2. relache profile image73
    relacheposted 11 years ago

    It's not going to change how people earn from Kontera.  That process is unaffected by payments.

    But for those who do earn, it offers an option to see smaller but more frequent payouts.  It works for me.

  3. chinweike profile image64
    chinweikeposted 11 years ago

    It will act as a motivating factor for those that earn up to their minimum monthly limit to stick to them. That wont change the fact that earnings below certain amount in a month will not be yours.
    I still don't understand the reason behind this.

    1. cohenj88 profile image60
      cohenj88posted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Hi Chinwieke,

      Jonathan from Kontera, here. Any money below the minimum payout threshold just rolls over into the next month until you do meet the minimum payment threshold. You worked hard for your money - we want you to keep all of it!

      As for why we lowered the minimum payout threshold at Kontera, it's because we value all our publishers and we wanted to give some of our smaller publishers a chance to see the fruits of the labor a little bit earlier.

      - Jonathan
      Kontera Community Manager
      jonathanc@kontera.com

  4. profile image53
    hattersmenposted 11 years ago

    hmm - I've NEVER had a payout from Konterra and I've had it running on my sites for 2 years !!!!

    1. relache profile image73
      relacheposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      From looking at your Hubs, I think you probably don't get enough traffic to make Kontera profitable.  In my experience, you need a LOT of it, at least 100,000 views per month.

      1. Jayne Lancer profile image94
        Jayne Lancerposted 11 years agoin reply to this

        And for that you probably need some sensational Hubs, or A LOT of them.
        I'm working on it smile

    2. chinweike profile image64
      chinweikeposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      That is one bad thing about them. They should learn from others like google!

 
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