Paid to blog sites review!

@xkaraix (596)
Australia
January 14, 2007 3:30pm CST
it looks like everyone is interested in being paid to blog :) So i thought I'd write down a little something about the experiences I've has so far. At the moment I'm a member of http://reviewme.com http://blogitive.com and http://payperpost.com (If you join, say Karai referred you). Here is my experiences with each: Reviewme: The plus side to reviewme for me was that it opened up this side of blogging that I never knew existed. I never realised people would pay you to 'review' their product on your blog. Unfortunately with reviewme you have to have a very highly rated blog to even be noticed and if it weren't for reviewme's initial 'review reviewme' opportunity I wouldn't have made any money from here. I wouldn't join unless you have a highly ranked blog. Blogitive: Blogitive is not too bad. You get paid weekly (which is nice) and most of the opportunities pay about $5. The down side to Blogitive is that they only have a limited amount of opportunities and most aren't all too exciting... stuff like insurance companies and buying gold online, however if you can stand that then definately join, its nice to be paid weekly and their support is quick and friendly. Their requirements are a blog that is more than 90 days only and indexed in google. Also once accepted you must have 2 non Blogitive posts between your Blogitive posts. If you can handle boring opportunities then join! PayPerPost: PPP to me is the best out of the 3. You get paid 30 days after submitting your opportunity which might be a hassle (it seems to take forever) but if you're consistent with your PPP posts then after the initial 30 days you'll have money nearly everday. They always have 100+ opportunities that pay from $5 to $25 (thats the highest I've seen but I'm sure it goes higher). The lowest I've been paid for an opportunity is $8 and the most has been $15 which is pretty good for a 100 word blog. Also if you have a successful referral then you get $15 which is pretty awesome! Their requirements are a blog that is more than 90 days old, relatively active and indexed on google. You must have 1 non PPP post between your PPP posts and mention that its a paid post on your posts. If you're interested in getting paid to post and your blog meets requirements I would definately join PPP, it could make you rich :) My blog has examples of these posts: http://lazily.org Has anyone joined a different site? Tell us about it.
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@darer121 (91)
14 Jan 07
thanks for those sites, im guna try them out right now
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14 Jan 07
i have to say though, i dont have a clue on what to do on that payperpost. maybe you coul digve me some tips
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@xkaraix (596)
• Australia
14 Jan 07
Have you signed up yet? have you been accepted?
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14 Jan 07
yes i have signed up and im logged on to it, but i dont get how to make the blogs and wats supposed to be in them. am i meant to take opportunities and do wat they say or somehting?
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@ffnstuff (411)
• United States
15 Jan 07
im actually just typing up something similiar to this to post on my blog, http://blogaboutyourblog.com You missed blogsvertise.com and loudlaunch.com Blogsvertise sends you offers via email every so often, which is different from PPP and blogitive. Loudlaunch is fairly new and I havent used it much yet.
@xkaraix (596)
• Australia
15 Jan 07
Thanks for your additions. I will have a look at them now. I've never heard of any of them
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@volschenkh (1044)
• South Africa
15 Jan 07
My sincere thanks for your honest review of the paid-for-blogging ideas. I have been contemplating to start with this endeavour myself for the last few days, and your post certainly inspired me to investigate the options in more depth. Its really valuable, thank you. HV http://memyselfandmyslr.blogspot.com/
• United States
15 Jan 07
I have actually already came across Pay Per Post, but my weblog isn't 90 days old yet. So I've been waiting it out. I swear though, the day my weblog is old enough, I'm joining. I love the site from what I've heard and seen of it.
@shemb1 (465)
• Sri Lanka
15 Jan 07
This seems to be good but I saw couple of times in those web site said this blog can be rejected if they want , so tell me what happens did they act that way? because to run the blog we have to spend lots of time , what happens if they deny to pay for us? I am bit to new for this can you help me? and tell me how much $$ they pay per one work?
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@xkaraix (596)
• Australia
15 Jan 07
Generally they will give you a reason why your post was rejected. Its usually something to do with the criteria but I've found once you fix whatever the issue was then you get the post approved quite quickly. If its your blog specifically then I'm not sure, I didn't have any problem getting approved but I'm sure if you emailed them they'd be able to give you an explanation.
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• India
15 Jan 07
hey thz a lot for such information..it help me lot..
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• India
15 Jan 07
too long yar...........Can't even have time to just have a look.....hmm try to be more precise.
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@csanand17 (311)
• India
15 Jan 07
I NEVER JOINED ANY BLOG SITES.YOU HAVE GIVEN A GOOD SITES.I WILL CHECK THEM OUT.THANKS
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• Nigeria
15 Jan 07
Recent sites like PayPerPost and ReviewMe are offing to pay bloggers for writing reviews of various websites and services
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@spcbrass (1192)
• United States
15 Jan 07
Review me won't even take me yet. I resubmit my blog every month in hopes of trying to get them to approve me. Turn out I am not ranked high enough for them to take me. I would really like to know where they get their ranking from. It takes about 5 seconds for them to decide if my blog is good enough or not. It doesn't seem all that sound of an approval process. The other two I beling to as well, though PPP is still not approving me because while I was moving I had a lapse in posts of over 30 days. 2+ years of posting then a lapse of 30 days and now they are making me have the full 90 days of posts before approving my blog. Once thathappens I will be using them the most. Also I believe that they only allow you 2 posts per blog per day. I started 3 other blogs with this in mind. Blogitive was great for me in the beginning, but they have run low on opportunities this past month. I am not making much with them at all. This suits me just fine since I will be able to really hammer away with PPP in the next two weeks. Blogitive will be my backup plan for the three other blogs that I started. I also used another site called Blogsvertise. They send you opportunities based on what thype of blog that you have. I have mine listed as general, but a fair warning to you if you list your blog as general, you won't get a lot of opportunity. They are looking for blogs that are more professional and more specific. The only post I did for them I got paid $10 for. I imagine that there are plenty of other opportunities available if you blog is more specialized that pay higher then $10. I've registered at a few others but never got anything back from them. Ther were Bloggingads and InBlogAds. You can try to list your blog on here and see if you get opportunities there.
• India
15 Jan 07
thnx for sharing ur xperiences dear
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• India
15 Jan 07
Thanks for links
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@xtedaxcvg (3190)
• Philippines
15 Jan 07
That's some nice info there. I don't know the meaning of blogging though. :( But it's so convenient being paid every week.
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• Philippines
15 Jan 07
Its unfortunate they dont offer egold
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• India
15 Jan 07
Hey thanks for the site provided.I will give a try of it.Iam waiting for some serious money making sites.Thanks for the links provided.
@vidhyagowri (1974)
• United States
17 Jun 08
Thanks for this wonderful information. I will try blogitive. I have joined ppp and waiting for my blog approval. Also try blogvertise which is really good. Visit my profile to get the referral link if you are interested.
• Singapore
17 Jun 08
well it is nice to see that there are so many sites from which v can earn. but then many of these sites dont have much opportunities for other countries other than the US. they shud have more offers for them also. i just started using pay per post. so let me see if i can earn something from this
@sisco100 (2344)
• United States
10 Apr 08
so whts the most paying site tht u know of
@livewyre (2455)
27 Jan 07
Thanx XKARAIX for the information I have just asked a similar question, I could have just searched for yours... I am posting here, so that I can save this thread and have a good look at all the suggestions. I have a blog at: http://www.livewyre.blogspot.com , but am planning a new project at http://munny4hunny.blogspot.com (only started yesterday) Thanks again for this informative thread
• Serbia And Montenegro
16 Jan 07
Thanks a lot for coming up with this kind of post! It's very, very useful. I've already heard about these three sites you reviewed, but wondered how were they really, and your review on them really helps!