Did You Survive the PayPerPost Cuts?

@drannhh (15245)
United States
September 9, 2008 7:19pm CST
I did. But I didn't even know they were doing a quality check and pruning away the dead limbs until they sent an e-mail stating that they liked my work and were "overjoyed" to keep it in their marketplace. Gushy bunch! But it was a nice compliment and I like working with PayPerPost. I like it better than SocialSpark, although my blogs are listed in both places. Do any of you use PayPerPost or SocialSpark? Which do you like better and why? Did you know they were assessing the quality of their posties and sparkies? Did you think it was about time or did you see that as a bad thing?
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@mimpi1911 (25479)
• India
11 Sep 08
Hi drahhnn I have no idea regarding both actually and it sounds interesting. But it's great to hear that they liked your work. Keep up the good work going. I never had any doubts though. Happy writing.
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@drannhh (15245)
• United States
11 Sep 08
They have a nice way of saying things, but in truth I think it is not so much liking it as not actively disliking it, lol. I am not very active there, but active enough, apparently not to have been dumped. My blog has taken on a life of its own, though. I suppose that soon someone will try to buy it from me.
• United States
10 Sep 08
Good for you drannhh. I haven't had much time for anything lately with the baby here. I'm hoping to get back to my writing soon. I haven't even updated my blog in forever. Keep up the great work girl. You deserve the kudos.
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@drannhh (15245)
• United States
11 Sep 08
I'm pretty sure that everyone who made the cut got the same e-mail, but it was nicely phrased. Thank you, and again, congratulations on the new baby boy.
@GardenGerty (104102)
• United States
10 Sep 08
I probably should not be here, as I do not belong to either one. I will say that in many of the sites I either belong to or have visited, some quality control is long overdue. I am glad you are surviving the scrutiny, though.
@drannhh (15245)
• United States
10 Sep 08
You are most welcome to be here. I was going to apologize to my myLot buddies for this one as I usually try to start something with hopefully broader appeal, but I was curious what reaction this would get. When I was trying to decide whether or not to sign up with PayPerPost, things people here on myLot wrote about the program were helpful to me in making up my mind.