Recently, there were some changes at PayPerPost which involves:
- Postie can post only a maximum of 2 opps per day per blog.
- Postie can reserve an opp for 30 minutes.
Well, I am sort of lucky because three of my blogs were registered with PayPerPost and I still canÂ get to grab a maximum of six posts per day. However, I don’t necessary write six opps per day because I am very picky about what I presented in my personal blog.Â I only take whatever I think can be conversation pieces for my regular blog readers.
The 30 minutes time frame was a very welcoming change because many of us missed an opp after writing it because the available opps were taken before we hit the submit button.Â Now that I have 30 minutes, I can write a better researched blog posts instead of rushing through the post.Â A win-win situation for both posties and advertisers.
Ok, since many of the people are sceptical and thought that we are getting only mere USD3-USD5 per day on PayPerPost, let me give you a sneak preview of what we actually earn on a regular day.
The above is the screenshot.Â A larger pic is on my Flickr site.Â Do the maths yourself?Â Note that this is for a day’s earning, writing about things that I can relate to.Â Some of them are conversation pieces which my blog readers have a good time discovering.Â I did not subject or fool anyone into buying anything or clicking on any spam sites.
So, don’t you think [tag]PayPerPost[/tag] is simply the best solution for making money online while we have a good time blogging?Â Â Interested?Â You can join PayPerPost here.Â Good karma will be to quote my email as your referral.Â Hehehe.Â It is the5xmom(@)gmail.com.
…and I am still waiting patiently for this blog to get approved on PayPerPost because it is not 90 days old yet.