For those wanting to make money blogging, Iâ€™ve been doing posts for PayPerPost (PPP) fore about a month now, so I thought it was time to do an update to let people know how it was going. First let me say that I am very happy with the way the sight is organized, as it is so easy to navigate. The next important thing I would like to report is that PPP actually does pay. I know how many people are hesitant to join a site because they are not sure whether the site pays up or not. Well these guys do. Money is deposited into your Paypal account one month after the approval of your post.
The fact that PPP has also upgraded their site and are now offering affiliate and referral bonuses is another great plus. What really surprised me about this site is the amount that you can get paid for a single post. Iâ€™ve seen one advertiser offering $1000 for one single post. OK, your blog needs a PR8, but that should just give you the incentive to increase your blogs rating.
I also just found out that PPP only charges a 35% service fee compared to ReviewMe that charges a 100% mark-up. They are taking half your money for every post! You can get high paying opps more often and put more in your pocket with PPP.
Iâ€™ve been a member for ReviewMe for about the same time as PPP without one offer yet! So as far as Iâ€™m concerned PPP makes sense for high traffic and lower traffic bloggers alike.
The one thing you have to remember is that disclosure is required from all bloggers so you must post this at the end) or beginning) of your blog.