Bloggerwave Members...Need you Help!

Philippines
June 21, 2009 8:30pm CST
I registered with Bloggerwave a week ago and my blog got approved in no time. Now I wonder where the opportunities are. The site is simple and clean, very user-friendly. However, there's no FAQ section to guide newbies like me. After logging in, you are directed to the mains ite. The first thing that I see everytime I'd open the site is this: Available Jobs.Here you can see the assignments you can choose from. Unfortunately, I don't see anything. It's been everyday (for the past five days) that I checked for even a single opp but to no avail. Is it really that long before an opp becomes available to you? Please shed some light on the matter. I really need some help. Please share your experience with Bloggerwave. I will highly appreciate it. Thanks a lot.
2 responses
• Malaysia
22 Jun 09
I'm a member of Bloggerwave for more than two years now. Normally, they only have a few opportunities available and I only did two or three times and all have been paid, but the payment was late. I think not only Bloggerwave is slow these days, but also other similar sites. That's probably why you don't have any available jobs. Just keep on checking though.
• Philippines
23 Jun 09
ok, now i understand. thanks for clarifying that to me. :)
@evepin (723)
• Philippines
10 May 10
yup payment is always late with bloggerwave, and very few opportunities. havent checked on it fro 2 years now.
@browneyed (2528)
• United Kingdom
22 Jun 09
Well, it sounds like Bloggerwave haven't changed one bit. I was with them ages ago and had the some problem. Slight difference was I had one task available which was to write about Bloggerwave on your blog and that was it. No other tasks. They were also cr*p at replying to emails and paid late. They only paid me when I complained about them on my blog. I don't think it was coincedence that I was paid a few days later. My advice to you: move on. They're not worth it. take care...
@browneyed (2528)
• United Kingdom
22 Jun 09
Sorry, I meant to say 'same' problem, not 'some'.