February 25, 2009 10:18am CST
I'm trying to do as many money maker sites as possible and now I noticed that it costs $2 to post an item for sale on eBay. I've also started today.com And I was wondering how much you get per post I know they use paypal, but how do they pay you? (payout amount, etc) If you use today.com, I'd really like to hear from you!!!
25 Feb 09
I've been thinking of doing Today.com as well. I think they've changed the way they do things recently though, so I'd also be interested in any responses you get. When I looked at the site a while ago it said you were paid $1 per post, with limitations on how many blogs you could have and how many posts you could do each day. But when I visited recently, all the details about earnings had been taken away; and it seems to me like they've shifted the emphasis away from being paid by post, and now it's more about how many page views you get. Makes it sound as if they've made it a lot more difficult to earn. Maybe they're feeling the pinch of the recession, but it's rather unclear how much they pay now. I hope you get some more information.
• United States
25 Feb 09
i hate ebay! they suck lately, they raise raise raise the fees. but i always start my items with a 0.01 starting bid, its not worth it to pay the extra items, plus i know as a shopper, i dont look at things with a high starting bid. try craigslist or amazon for smaller items. for homemade items you can use etsy.com and check out my profile for a bunch of easy earning sites. i started a webpage just for surveys and its doing well. plus if you use BC then you can get a percentage of your ebay fees back in cash..
• United Kingdom
25 Feb 09
Hi mamabeezy, Today.com no longer pays new blogs on a per-post basis. It's all based on page views now (I think it's $2 per 1000 unique views). If your new blog does extremely well, then they might up it to pay-per-post status, but yeah, it's all page-view based for new blogs now. take care...