Thursday, March 13, 2008

I signed up for PPP!

Many people dream of blogging for profit, and this goal is not far beyond the reach of someone with average intelligence, a willingness to work hard, and a basic grasp of blogging technology. Perhaps the best part of generating income from blogging is the freedom it brings. Recently I stumble across IZEA Board, a forum that there are discussion about PayPerPost. For bloggers who are still unaware of PayPerPost , let me brief you about it. PayPerPost was founded by Ted Murphy, who also founded the interactive agency MindComet and the "BlogStar Network", designed to connect advertisers with bloggers in a manual, non-marketplace fashion. They helps content creators such as bloggers, videographers, podcasters and photographers find advertisers willing to sponsor specific content. The advertisers create opportunities that describe the content they are looking for and bloggers (sometimes referred to as "Posties") then choose opportunities in their area of interest.

This seemed an interesting and quite attractive idea to me and I signed up shortly with them. The only real requirements to be approved by PayPerPost are that your blog must be written in English, 30 days old and must have at least 10 - 20 posts. Posts submitted to Marketplace Opportunities may not include or support excessive profanity, violence or racial intolerance, illicit drugs or drug paraphernalia, pornography, adult or mature content, any other content that promotes intolerance, illegal activity, or infringes on the legal rights of others. The approval process takes around a week, after that you will receive an e-mail letting you know that your site has been approved or denied. They will include a reason to let you know why if you get denied. Once your blog is approve, you can start looking for open opportunities. From the list you will know which one is available for you and which is not, and why. You’ll get paid for each post 30 days(it’s good if they can make it to 14) after it gets approved by PPP .

There’s a pro and contra about the services. As usual, PageRank will be Dominant Factor to get more money. If you had a PageRank 5 or above, one review could be vary from $100 to $300 per post. That’s a huge amount! Consider if you make 10 post per month with $100 tag, you will be paid $1000 at the early month next. My favorite thing about PayPerPost is how they are always trying to improve their service, based on what bloggers want. Other thing is some opportunities may be low in pricing but they make up in quantities, 2 per day. A great way to start for newbies. They also offer a referral program and PPP direct . So here I am with PayPerPost and you know what?? This is my first review from PPP. Whoever blogger that do not have PayperPost account yet and looking to get paid to blog about subject you love,do register today, fast! And secure your money making opportunity.

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