Make extra money by writing sponsored posts on your blog
June 11, 2007 5:41am CST
In october 2006 I set upon an exponential growth experiment that has changed my life. Just this week I began working 3 days a week and now commit most of my time to making money online. One of the reasons that I managed to drop 2 days a week from my working week is because I am making money writing sponsored posts. From my experience doing this I have compiled a definitive list of sponsored post sites that from experience pay. The posts pay normally in the range of 5 - 20 dollars (US dollars). Now don't get me wrong, I don't want to earn my full time income writing sponsored posts however for now it enables me to make up some of the money I am missing from cutting down my working hours, and frees me up to work on my 9 websites continually improving and enhancing them, long term passive income will be the way to go. The link for the definitive list is http://millionnzdollars.blogspot.com/2007/05/make-money-fast-from-our-definitive.html Now unlike most of the links that you will see to money making opportunities you may like to know that there are no affiliate links, so I make no money at all if you join any of the companies - its just a list that I still use everyday when I am looking for new posts to do. Also they are not get rich quick schemes, you need to spend a fair amount of time and also will need a blog with over 90 days of content to join most of the sites, however if you are motivated it is certainly possible to earn several hundred dollars a month which can help boost the income of most people I would imagine. Enjoy the list, and let me know if you have any questions. The rest of the blog if you are interested follows the last 9 months of my blogging where i started out making just over 30 dollars a month and are now earning in the hundreds on a monthly basis.
• New Zealand
11 Jun 07
Hi thanks for visiting my blog and for the comment, but I already have blogsvertise on the definitive list (without an affiliate link), also the linkbucks link you have left here also looks like an affiliate link - I was trying to offer people something a bit different. If you link to something without trying to make money out of it, people can then trust that it is a legitimate opportunity.