Can Kontera and LinkWorth’s LinkInTxt play together?

I asked Ron aka Wicko of LinkWorth. If you notice, now I have two link-in-text companies on one blog. I only place it here because I want to test out both companies and see how effective and how well they pay.

Kontera’s ads are different from LinkWorth LinkInTxt. Kontera pays per click.

Whereas LinkWorth LinkInTxt works by allowing advertisers to buy that keyword and place a link to their site. Although both Kontera and LinkWorth have the same pop-up little bubble, we get to fix our price on LinkWorth, i.e. USD5 or above. (per month)

So, I asked Ron if I can put both. He said LinkWorth will not dictate what we can do.

Here is a reply from Ron :

We’re going to implement a filter for LinkInTxt, but you get the opportunity to decline any offer with this product. This means if someone tries to purchase a LinkInTxt Ad from a sponsored post, you can simply decline the offer until we get the filter in place.

Along with this, we’re discussing the option of adding something that will prevent ads like Kontera, LinkWords, Intellitxt inside paid reviews. Kontera offers a filter I believe to disable it in content like paid blow reviews. I believe if it’s sponsored and someone doesn’t want Kontera to appear, you can start the post with: (code missing in the email)
then at the end, close it up with a . You can read this where I found it:

But as far as choosing…we don’t tell you what you can and cannot do on your site. The advertiser might request it on their paid ad, but if you’re not happy with it, you can decline the offer.

Hope this helps!

This means, both Kontera and LinkWorth can work together. Twice the fun, twice the money. Now, do you see how valuable our blogs are? It is like a gold mine where advertisers are going to dig the nuggets (our important keywords) and pay us to ‘rent’ it. Great, right?

Post Author: lilian

8 thoughts on “Can Kontera and LinkWorth’s LinkInTxt play together?


    (September 22, 2007 - 5:50 pm)

    great! now i can use Kontera links again :)

    Wayne Liew

    (September 22, 2007 - 5:57 pm)

    LinkWorth for me is quite complicated, I think I need some time to explore it although I had been a registered member for months.

    Kontera is much more easier for me.


    (September 23, 2007 - 12:00 am)

    Yes I agreed that Kontera is easier to use.

    I’m exploring LinkWorth dashboard.


    (September 23, 2007 - 3:22 am)

    Okay, here’s where I confuse you more. :( LinkInTxt is “not” the same as what Kontera offers. We have a product called LinkWords, which provides CPC and a pop up window like Kontera, but LinkInTxt is a completely different animal.

    I think the confusion comes with the name being similar to Intellitxt, I’m guessing. But I can explain it for you and your readers here…

    LinkInTxt is the selling of keywords within your existing content. Like Txt Link Ads on steroids. We have created our own googlebot, named lwbot. It’s a search spider and it will visit your site and read a max of 10 pages each visit. Each time it visits, it will read your pages and find keywords within the content of your pages, then we store these keywords on our servers. Eventually, we have your entire site and all the available keywords stored on our end.

    Now enter an advertiser. Advertisers benefit a lot more by buying a text ad that is inside content of a page rather than having it show up on the sidebar. Lets be honest, people read content over sidebars any time of the day. So lets say you have this page and our lwbot comes and reads it, inside this part of the page:

    “Whereas LinkWorth LinkInTxt works by allowing advertisers to buy that keyword and place a link to their site. Although both Kontera and LinkWorth have the same pop-up little bubble, we get to fix our price on LinkWorth, i.e. USD5 or above. (per month)”

    Our lwbot will find keywords like LinkWorth,LinkInTxt, advertisers, keyword, link, site, kontera, pop-up, bubble … and so on. We save all these keywords with relation to this url. Just like a search engine does.

    The advertiser comes along and sells bubbles and wants to buy text ads with the keyword of bubble or bubbles. They would do a search and find that you have “bubble” on this page. The advertiser then makes a request to rent this keyword from you for the price you originally set for keywords. If you accept, then you basically hyperlink the term “bubble” to point to the advertiser’s bubble site. No pop ups with LinkInTxt.

    Once we finally figured out the best way to run our bot, it has been busy at work. We have over 250k keywords already available for sale, so imagine the money available to be made. You don’t have to clutter up your sidebars anymore or you can do both and make even more money.

    Hope this helps explain LinkInTxt better. PS. We are almost finished with step by step tutorials that will be up on the dashboard shortly. After that, we’re going to work on visual tutorials so you can read and also watch each in action.

    Ok, I’ve taken up enough space here. :-)
    Ron aka Wicko

    (September 23, 2007 - 5:25 am)

    I was pretty excited when I heard about the LinkInTxt program. I think it would be pretty deal to have it running with Kontera.


    (September 23, 2007 - 11:06 am)

    wow never realized there were so many great advertising companies… keep us informed of which one you prefer and why …keep up the awesome work … loved your post about blogrush too …lol I just started using it along with bloglog … ?? and I too have seen the funny new blog titles out there…lol

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    RB @ RB30RB40

    (July 30, 2009 - 9:31 pm)

    Wicko – Great post and explanation. I signed up, but am having trouble logging on already. Hope your support team gets back to me. I have to admit, Kontera was a breeze to sign up on, but the results are waiting to be seen.

    Great business model and congrats! You guys are all geniuses!



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