Kontera WordPress Plugin Video

I’ve received a few emails asking how to install the Kontera context link code on a WordPress blog. With Kontera offering 100% revenue share this month to John Chow dot Com readers, the number of sign ups have been higher than normal, and so has the number of questions on how to integrate it into your blog.

The easiest way to add Kontera Content Link to a WordPress blog is with the official Kontera-Wordpress plugin. This easy to install plugin will take the dirty work out of adding the Kontera ad codes. Simply upload to your WordPress plugins folder and activate. Then, it’s just a matter of setting a few options and you’re ready to rock. Kontera even made this little tutorial video for those who need a little extra hand holding.

In addition to WordPress, Kontera also has plugins for Blogger, Durpal and Joomla. The 100% revenue share for the month of July is still going on right now. If you haven’t sign up for Kontera yet, now would be a great time to do so and take advantage of that 100% income stream.

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39 thoughts on “Kontera WordPress Plugin Video”

  1. Ralph says:

    Wow, thats a new piece of info for me. I never knew they had a plugin. I’ve been doing it the hard way, lol. Thanks Mr. Chow.

  2. I haven’t signed up for Kontera. Some say it is worth it others say it isn’t. The 100% revenue share makes it appealing to try.

    1. Paul B says:

      The 100% rev share is for all new publishers for the month of July only. Not just John Chow readers 🙂

      1. John Chow says:

        They started off just for me. Then part way on, they opened it up for everyone. Bastards! :mrgreen:

  3. I couldn’t get the Kontera plugin to work with my theme so I had to manually add the code and kill the plugin. Works great now with no issues and I can tell it where and where not to show up.

  4. Paula says:

    This is the first time I’ve heard of Kontera. Had to go look it up to see what it was all about. Might just test it on one of my blogs.

  5. dcr says:

    Looks just as easy to install without the plugin. If you know how to add stuff to your theme, I don’t know that it’s worth installing a plugin to do it instead.

  6. GettyCash says:

    I am still using the old code, although I already installed the plugin.

  7. I think Kontera ads are for mega sites that have tonnes of traffic, probably not for the average blog.

  8. HY Chong says:

    Great tips! it works well. Thanks John. 😛

  9. Kontera is worth it if you have a lot of traffic. Otherwise you won’t make much from it. The plus side is that it doesn’t take up any advertising space.

    1. Um, John, you didn’t close the a tag on the link to Kontera at the bottom of your post. So you whole blog is now showing up with a bold font.

  10. Thanks. This surely will save me a lot of time.

  11. Kontera really work if you have lot of traffic because you can’t get two much per click, so you need Super high CTR or lot of visits on small ctr

  12. Kontera can make money but I would rather have my visitors click my affiliate links. I think kontera gives them a way out

    1. I would say that affiliate links can do the same. It all boils down to your site’s content. If the visitor likes what they see on your site, they will come back regardless.

  13. zk says:

    Thanks for the plugin John , plugins makes life easy

  14. fas says:

    Yeah i don’t like Kontera, they wont please your visitors.

    1. It depends. I know some people using Kontera & the visitors couldn’t careless & they still click on the links.

  15. Marky Munco says:

    John could you please publish a post that summarizes all the plugins that you use &/or recommend.

    I used to be able to use your sites ‘search’ function, but nowdays I am prevented from doing so by the peel over advertisment.

    1. dcr says:

      You can still do search. You just have to move the mouse very slowly and carefully!

      1. Marky Munco says:

        Hmm maybe I can still ‘search’ after all. 🙄

        I still think my request for a summary post listing all recommended plugins is a good idea!

  16. Uh, John, I think you misspelt Drupal as Durpal. You might want to correct that 😛 .

  17. Strip says:

    i needed this plugin

  18. G says:

    Been using it since I started my blog.

  19. titan says:

    yap. i believe i need this plugin. I like to earn from kontera too.

  20. Czar says:

    What very helpful video clip. Now I know how to have Contentlinks on my blog. Thanks!

  21. I just tested this on one of my sites. Works flawlessly.

  22. dudi says:

    I use kontera plugin in my blog in that is easy to install it.

  23. Zak Show says:

    I use the pigin but kontera server still running low, I don’t have the luck to get much ads.

  24. Very useful post….but umm what exactly is kontera and how can we use it to make money?

  25. Geiger says:

    I like Kontera but is that what makes JohnChow.com load so slowly?

    1. dcr says:

      It’s probably all the traffic that makes it load slowly!

  26. Keron Calame says:

    John Chow is the real site trust me

  27. goofblogger says:

    I will check into the service. Always best to try something out personally to see if it fits your style.

  28. Nice piece of information.

    Thanks for sharing this video.

  29. Magnus says:

    wordpress plugin does not work!

    tried on all pages and tried after 31 days and many other options nothing works. I run 15 other plugins all of them work but Kontera!

    Apparantly it doesn’t work with a lot of themes. How crappy of them.

  30. Chip says:

    The WordPress plugin is not working. I had to implement the code in my footer. Perhaps it’s because I’m using 2.6.

  31. Shawn says:

    I never knoew Kontera is now offering WordPress plug ins for in text video. This is relatively new to me..:-)


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