Pay Per Post Resources

Monetizing a blog comes in many forms  and this section of  the Monetizing resources will show other ways to create an income for your blog.  As with the Advertising Networks Resources, always do your due diligence and research the companies listed and make sure that you read all their terms, don’t be afraid to ask questions and don’t go overboard!   Blogging should be about your content  and developing your voice to make your blogging experience one that will be satisfying to both you and your readers.

Pay Per Post Resources

(Editors notes: while many people have pro and con opinions about pay per post companies, the fact is they can be a good way to monetize a blog, if used judiciously. for those of you who are unsure what a pay per post is… The concept is matching the right advertisers with your blog niche and you get paid to review products and services. Your job ( if you choose this method of monetizing) is to locate an opportunity and introduce it very subtly to your blogs readership. Normally the guidelines to many of these companies has to do with creativity, length of post, how original can you make the post as well as number of links to display within the actual post.
As was said at the beginning of this resource page, always check the fine print, read the TOS to any site and ask questions if you do not understand anything.
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Blogitive
Once you are approved to the Blogitive system, you are given access to opportunities from companies to post about their news releases. You are paid per posting through Paypal. Opportunities include Cost Per Posting Advertising and coming soon we will have Ghost Blogging, Paid RSS through NewsNerve, and comment moderation. Blogitive is the first real marketplace for bloggers

Blogvertise

Blogvertise is a pay per post advertising company, which means that they will pay a blogger for reviewing services, products or websites.  You will have to apply and submit your blog for approval before you can work for this company which means you need to have a blog that is at least one month old and posting a minimum of 10 blog posts a month before they will look at you.  even though we are not affiliated with Blogvertise, they do have an affiliate program that you might want to look into.
The Guidlines (basic) and things to note about Blogvertise are:

  • For every review you make, you have to include at least 3 links to the advertiser website. Less than that will result in declination of your post.
  • You have to include at least 100 words in your post and divide the post into at least 2 – 3 paragraphs.
  • You have to complete an assigned task within 5 days otherwise the offer review will be given to other publisher.
  • Once you published the review and got paid, you can’t remove the review. You will have to keep the review permanently.
  • Make sure all links are working fine and is tag follow.
  • Don’t copy content from advertiser or other website/blog.

BlogHer

BlogHer is the leading participatory news,entertainment and information network for women online, reaching more than 20 million unique women each month.

BuyBlogReviews

BuyBlogReviews.com allocates paid review opportunities via an unique bidding system. As a blogger you can bid for an available opportunity. Then the advertiser checks your bid and accepts or declines your bid. BuyBlogReviews.com pays you 70% of your earning. They also have an affiliate program.

LoudLaunch

Are you are always looking for new ideas and things to write about? Joining the LoudLaunch network provides you with an opportunity to connect with with advertisers that are seeking influencers such as yourself to help create a buzz. If your blog and interests are aligned with an advertiser’s campaign then you can do your own research and write about them in exchange for pay—not in exchange for a pre-determined outcome but for a fair assessment.

MyLikes

MyLikes is an easy Twitter Advertising network. Disclosures are compulsory, you allowed to tweet up to one ad a day and from the reviews that I have read, you do not need a large following to be able to make this service work for you.  Their minimum payout is $2.00, which makes it very attractive to bloggers. A point to note is the advertiser can also reject if they do not approve of the way you are promoting or talking about a sponsored product. This service is about promoting anything on MyLikes for free and not just getting paid to promote a product, which makes this a useful tool for connecting with your readers

ReviewMe

ReveiwMe is a site that site that allows bloggers to accept assignments from advertisers and be paid to review their products. If you are a publisher, you’ll put the URL of you blog, your fee URL , category tags and description. this helps advertisers find you and decide if they want pay you for any blog posts.  From the advertisers side, when you sign up you will get your products/services reviewed along with a rating and price. There are pros and cons to this service and from what I have been reading this service seems to favor the advertiser more than the publisher, so be aware of this.

SocialSpark

SocialSpark is a blog marketing network that connects advertisers with bloggers through an online marketplace.
Advertisers can purchase blog marketing as sponsored posts or blog ads. Pricing for our blog advertising solutions include PPPCPA and pay per day blog sponsorship.
Bloggers can make money blogging by either placing ads on blogs or writing blog reviews.


SponsoredReview.com

SponsoredReviews.com is a blog advertising network that allows you to build links, increase traffic, and improve search engine rankings on your website(s). We have tens of thousands of independent bloggers who will write blog reviews about your site on their blog. Also referred to as Paid Posts, blog reviews are a great way to increase your search engine rankings and traffic.