Whoopeedeedoodahfu*kin-yay!!! – this blog’s been accepted by a site called Blogsvertise. They’re kinda similar to Payperpost – acting as the middleman b/w you and advertisers that want to pay you to blog about their websites, products and services. Big difference is that Payperpost have got the cream of the crop – you can earn anywhere b/w $5-$235 per blog write-up, whereas it’s b/w $4-$25 for Blogsvertise. But, as my grandmother once said: little drops of water make an ocean.
They’re also not as strict as P.P.P in the sense that:
a) you can write what you want about said product/site/service – if you don’t like it, you can say so. On their site, it says and I quote:
“…you do not have to endorse the product/service that you are writing about. You can discuss it however you want, compliment it, review it, discuss how it relates to something going on recently or in the past in your life, or even complain about it. Endorsing the website product or service is not a requirement.”
b) You have 5 days to complete your task once you accept it – for PPP, it’s 6 hours.
c) Your blog doesn’t have to be 90 days old – it doesn’t actually specify how old your blog has to be (or at least I can’t see it) – but this blog is just over 2 months old and it got accepted. It says on their site that if your blog is less than 30 days old, it either gets rejected or put on a ‘trial period’ where you get offered reduced-rate tasks.
THINGS YOU MIGHT WANNA CONSIDER BEFORE SIGNING UP TO BLOGSVERTISE:
1) Porno/adult sites aren’t accepted
2) Any blog entries you make for the accepted task must remain permanently on your blog
3) In order for the blog-post you’ve written to be approved, it has to be at least 2-3 paragraphs of at least 75 words.
4) They only pay via Paypal.
I’ve only just joined so let’s see how it goes. But if I have a fabulous/not-so-fabulous experience with Blogsvertise, I’ll be sure to update you on that.
And now (drums purlease) for a poem :-). Think I’ll try haiku. Ahem. Here goes.
When u pooped & wiped yo’ azz,
Google woz watchin.
(P.S: a reference has been made to 1-800-Mail in the first comment below. Please note that 1-800-Mail is a scam.)