These days many bloggers are using Kontera ads on their blogs. Kontera's ContentLink ads can be a great additional source of revenue and can be used in conjunction with other contextual advertising services like Google AdSense, etc.
But one common issue, even on some of the bigger blogs, is that many of them don't "filter" their Kontera ContentLink ads...at all. What do I mean by filtering? Well, let's say that you're writing the title of book or movie. You obviously don't want the ads displayed in parts of the title. It looks bad and is very annoying to the reader. Or if you're writing a sponsored post you certainly don't want any contextual ads showing up in that post. And neither will the company paying for it.
So how do you control where the Kontera ContentLink ads show up and where they don't show up? It's actually very simple. Just use Kontera's ContextLink™ Text Filter, otherwise known as Span filter tags.
For example, let's say that you've written a blog post that is five paragraphs long, but you don't want any Kontera ContentLink ads displayed in the third paragraph. Then simply add the Kontera ContextLink™ filter tags "around" the third paragraph like this:
Here's another example. Let's say that you really hate Aaron Cook. I mean you really, really hate him. And you don't want any Kontera ads getting in the way of your ability to express your severe and unmatched distaste for him. :P It would look like this:
It's as simple as that. Just put the filter tags around the words and paragraphs where you don't want the ads to display and voila! No ContentLink ads.