After I applied for Kontera, they denied my account for Hubpages. Did I use the wrong url link or something for the site. Does anyone know why they would do this? It says it doesn't meet their publishers guidelines. Barb
Did you use the URL for your profile page?
No I didn't. That must be the problem. Thanks for your help.
Just let me inform you that I have heard without having 50-60 thousand page view you can't expect anything decent from kontera.
I find you need closer to 100,000 pageviews per month to make steady earnings.
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