I noticed that at Kontera my linkage reports seemed very low.... all of my hubs are not being included in their records it seems. They say I need a separate link to be applied to each hub that I create on this site....there is a different tracking number for each? It says to put it in the html of course between head and body... but I do not see how I can access this area? They say they have developed new tracking codes for me and I am to install them?
What do I do?
No need to add HTML code in HP. You just add your publisher id in affiliate
They give me 1 code for each hub I create so I have 3 codes and only one is currently being tracked at Kontera?
Do I enter every code that I receive and separate with commas? I have not received any credit for my other two sites - I am very disappointed as they have both done very well hit wise.
They have given me 3 id numbers? I have one for each hub I have created here? So are they wrong?
You can only use a single Kontera publisher id on HubPages. It will run on all of your hubs that have Kontera enabled on them.
thanks I will get back to Kontera and let them know as currently I am only being given credit for the the first site that I created.
It looks to me like you have Kontera enabled on all 3 of your hubs, and the impressions should be accumulating under the Kontera publisher id you have setup on your HubPages Affiliate settings page. I don't think there is any problem with the way you are setup.
However, in the Kontera reports they will only show an impression when they've actually lit up at least one link on the page. It could be that they just don't have ads relevant to your subject, your readers have all been signed in to HubPages (which means Kontera ads won't run), or some other similar explanation. I'm not sure that there is an actual problem ...
i have been given 3 publisher id numbers - and told that I must enter each separately to receive credit.
I have emailed them back to say that I should only have one.
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