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If you have let Kontera go, did it have a positive impact on your Google AdSense earnings?
There is an Admin thread about HP getting rid of it as an affiliate. There were plenty of people who responded to that thread.
Edit: Link- http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/70626
Kontera is irritating to readers and Hubbers as you make no $ from it. Waste of time and space if you ask me.
The amount of money I make from Kontera is more than I lose form Google by enabling it. For this reason I have ket Kontera active. I have done some pretty vigorous testing to come to this conclusion, andpersonally I definitely think that advertising on a page should be as broad as possible in style, different people respond to different things.
The only reason I have not enabled advertising such as this on my own article directory is because I know many writers don't like it. Personally though, I am on Hubpages for the profit.
My name is David, I am a Community Manager at Kontera.
I wanted to respond to your question. Considering the fact that Kontera has no affect on Google Adsense when it is implemented, it will not give you a positive impact by letting it go.
You can read Google's guidelines here https://www.google.com/adsense/support/ … wer=32849, where they talk about the ability to use a third party network.
In regards to that thread that was posted there is some significant information about Kontera that is very outdated.
The a policy where earnings under $5 didn't roll over into the next month hasn't been true for well over a year and our current policy is every single cent you earn with Kontera rolls over into the next month, until you reach the $50 payout threshold.
If you have any further question feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kontera Community Manager
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