ss_blog_claim=8dcabb3175f064b32823a45ed345083b Majik's Thoughts: I Finally Signed up

7/14/2008

I Finally Signed up

I finally did it, good bye Google PR and hello payperpost. I've been thinking about joining payperpost for months now, not to make a fortune from blogging but just for the fact that coming up with interesting topics can sometimes be difficult. I do like the idea of a sponsored post; I doubt I'll get rich from it but using the blogging medium to help spread the word about worthy products and get paid as a bonus. Two thumbs up!

I have not spent much time on the website yet, but from a quick look through; there are plenty of different opportunities for a blogger. The possibilities seem endless. There are many different ways to earn some cash and the opportunity to make more per post increase as you qualify for more offers. Now the thought of earning cash for posting was not what attracted me to payperpost in the first place. It was the opportunity to network with other bloggers.

So far I haven't met any new blogger friends from payperpost but that is mostly because I have stayed away from the website in the past. As of today I have only spent about two hours on the website, and will be spending more on the site every day. Now I am looking forward to meeting a few different bloggers and explore the possibilities on the payperpost website. I am sure that I can find a way to gain more traffic and make some new friends on payperpost. Not to mention they have their own page ranking system, which I am still waiting to see what mine will be; but only time will tell.


8 comments:

Earn extra pocket money from the Internet said...

Congrat on your bold move.

As for myself, not doing paid post also got my site slapped by google from PR 3 to PR 0.

turnip said...

Congratulations, it's a sure way to make decent money from a blog, but getting a page rank of zero hurts too. If you are interested, I am giving entrecard credits to people who sign up for ad affiliates on my site. The links are right in the first post. Two of them are Sponsored reviews and Review me, both pay per post comapnies. If you qualify, they are both pretty good.

Kathy said...

Hey Welcome! I've been doing PPP for a little over six months and have managed to make a tidy sum (even without PR). Hope you like it and best of luck to you!

Chris said...

PPP is pretty neat, I really like them. I have not had many opps these days tho, but I still like them!

Tom Sawyer said...

I started using PPP recently too. We will see how it goes, but I'm not doing it to make a mint either.

dew said...

Instead of PayPerPost you should try SocialSpark. Links are nofollow and full disclosure on each post is required. Your PR won't get killed, and you'll be providing your readers with a better service.

James said...

Interesting move, my site didn't qualify for PPP due to it using the "Read Full Article" feature

Karen Bastille said...

Interesting - I can't make up my mind about pay per post. Sometimes I like the posts I read on other blogs, sometimes they just read like long advertisements. On my own blog, I'm not sure I could do a good enough job writing the post to either get paid or avoid offending my readers.
I'd like to see how you end up feeling about your pay per post experience. Keep me posted (for free)okay?

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