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Using Kontera To Monetize Your Website Or Blog

By Edited May 27, 2014 4 12

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Using Kontera to monetize your website or blog in today's world of income seeking webmasters and blog writers has become common practice.

A solid advertising company with in line text ads that are automatically inserted throughout your content. These ads are based on relevant keywords to the advertisers customers. The clicks on the in line ads generate an income for the content owner.

Google offers a similar program but it can be much harder to get approved for. Some sites will be turned down for one reason or another. Kontera answers the quest to monetize our text. Ads can be optimized to fit within the page and they will automatically change when your content does. The software employed by this company serves non intrusive inline contextual advertisements without you lifting a finger.

Reporting is daily and they have an easy to use dashboard to keep track of earnings. Signing up takes only a few minutes and ads can be served to your site right away.

Clicks are recorded when their received and all you have to do is keep the content flowing on the site. The more you post on your blog, the more places for Kontera links to appear.

They are now also offering an affiliate program where users can refer other members to sign up for an account. If you get a new user to sign up you receive ten percent of their earnings for the next one year. This could be a nice chunk of change if you happen to get an ambitious referral. Taking the time to promote your affiliate link can produce significant extra income.

Payment can be received with a minimum payout of $50.00. This is easy to make as clicks can range from a few cents, to a dollar or more. This company is an up and coming member of this industry. A good addition to the earning potential of any blog or website.

Another good feature of Kontera are the payout methods they employ. A check will be issued once you reach payout of $50.00 or you can be paid with a PayPal account.

This can be very convenient for those who use that service. PayPal also offers a debit card so you could withdraw your Kontera earnings the day they go in.

In line text ads can be modified in style and color to match what you've built. They can fit in with the content on the page and still get the users attention. A few clicks a day on Kontera links can in some cases, pay for the whole website.

In the end whether or not to employ Kontera ads on your site shouldn't be the question. Every minute you wait could be costing you lost revenue. Take the five minutes to sign up and set up your account and start earning today.

Save the link to your report page on your desktop as you'll probably end up checking your income every day. As time goes by, hopefully the numbers start to add up and convert this basic program into significant on line income.

Using Kontera to monetize your website or blog is a smart move. Why pay hosting fees when this will automatically pay them for you?

We're all after a piece of the proverbial pie that is Internet income. Making sure you get your piece should include the use of this program. What's to lose? It's free and takes five minutes to set up.



Dec 6, 2010 4:28am
Interesting article, Dreamaker. I think a key to success with Kontera is dependent on the kind of content you have on your site too - it will suit some websites better than others.
Dec 6, 2010 4:30am
I aggre they tend to come on board quick with anything social like bookmarking sites like my blog make a buck or two. Thanks for the visit.
Dec 6, 2010 5:46am
How to sign up - where is the affiliate link?
Dec 6, 2010 5:48am
you can sign up from the link in my blog if you want or just go to Kontera.com I havn't set up my referral link yet. I have been using the ads though and making money too.
Dec 6, 2010 5:59am
Referral links are in there now JadeDragon If your interested.
Dec 6, 2010 9:56am
I have not used Kontera before. What king of CPM do you average with Kontera?
Dec 6, 2010 10:11am
thnaks for this useful info
Dec 6, 2010 12:09pm
Ernie, I'm showing for the last three days, 712 impressions with only three clicks, my earnings are .94 with a clickthrough rate of 0.42 percent and an eCPM of 1.32. I think it's going to turn out to be pretty high. I'm also pretty new there, so my stats are not such a good place to be looking yet. I'll be posting another article after one month with the company. I also plan to do this with Linkshare and Cj as well as Googles affiliate network. I'm also working with Adbrite and any other website I can find. I figure I may as well maximize the number of checks I can recieve. And it gives me a whole slew of titles to write on as well.
Thanks for stopping by. Hope this helps. My links up abave if you need it.
Dec 14, 2010 4:50pm
Thanks for the info. I have been using Altitude Digital Partners for the best CPMs. They work with the ad networks and monetize 100% of my inventory.They have great customer service, are easily available, and pay on time. It leaves me time to focus on my content!
Dec 15, 2010 2:13am
Good to no I may just check that out. Thanks for the visit.
Jan 28, 2011 6:13pm
Great article, I know that some people find in text advertising annoying, but as you say they can work well on social websites. It depends on your visitors really, if they don't like the ads, you may not get repeat visits and it would be better to stick to other forms of monetizing your website. If in text ads work well for your site though, I think you should check out infolinks.com, they pay higher rates than Kontera and they have loads of good reviews.
Jan 28, 2011 6:59pm
Thanks I will and thanks for the visit.
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