Get Paid to Blog With Pay Per Post

I signed up for Pay Per Post to get paid to blog to help offset some web hosting fees.  Pay Per Post allows me to do some freelance writing/reviewing for companies.  Pay Per Post allows me to perform reviews with my own opinions good, bad or indifferent.  I have looked into other sites that do the same type of service but they always want positive only reviews I like to be honest for my readers.  Here is a sample of an opportunity and the requirements for reserving/accepting.

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Once you click on reserve opportunity you have  six hours to write a review and post it to your blog.  Once you have it posted you copy the URL of the post and go back to your account on Pay Per Post and past it in the appropriate area for that opportunity.  Then within 48 hours Pay Per Post will scan your site to make sure you have filled your requirements.  Once they do that and your approved you will be paid for that review.  You agree to leave the post on your site for 30 days.

Along the way I have found other great blogs with various topics.  I like the "Stuff" category as this pertains to me.  Kind of like this blog which is about "stuff" a little bit of everything.  The opportunities are as diverse as the sites participants.  Check out the 2008 Blogger's Choice Awards website for blogs.

You have a good chance to network with other Posties through Pay Per Post website.  They even have an online community called Izea or Community for Pay Per Post.

Let's not forget they have badges or banners that you can add to your site that ask others if they want their site, product, or service reviewed by your blog. 


David Louis Harter said...

That is very interesting. I shall investigate this on Monday. Have a great weekend.

Brrr! It was 28 degrees when I started making a giant batch of chili this morning. AccuWeather is a Sidebar Gadget on my Vista Ultimate Desktop, and I checked my email just before I began preparations for making the enormous batch of chili (6 pounds of ground sirloin, 4 white onions, 12 Jalapeños, 4 stalks of celery, 2 Habaneros, 8 Roma tomatoes, 1 red bell pepper, 2 packages of Shelby's chili seasoning, 8 tablespoons of Gebhardt's chili powder, 4 tablespoons of ground Cayenne pepper, 2 tablespoons of ground black pepper, and 4 bottles of Sierra Nevada Bigfoot Ale.) When I saw the temperature, I cranked up the furnace and uncapped a Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale, read a bit of email, and started making the chili!

admin said...

28 degrees, yikes. Your chilli recipe sounds YUMMY. All those flavors and the Celebration Ale would just throw it over the top.

Your house will smell tasty all day. Maybe not so much tonight ;) Enjoy!


David Louis Harter said...

The chili was excellent.

Tonight, we shall have chicken tamales that were made this morning by a lovely Hispanic lady who attends our church. They should be delightful.

- David

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