P/S : Is this blog showing a PR4/10 now? I think so? After so many days?
Woohoo! To those who write paid posts, you can now literally write till the cows come home and yet, you will not finish writing.
I just received an email from ReviewMe about their new marketplace where you are offered to review sites for around USD5 per piece. It is a little like PayPerPost but you have several days to complete.
Here’s the terms and condition for one of the review I took :
1. You must disclose that the post is a paid post in some way. Here are some ideas: “Sponsored Post:”, “The following is a paid review:” “Advertisement:”.
2. Reviews must be at least 200 words. Use whatever length you feel is appropriate aside from the minimum of 200 words.
3. You must use the “Link Text” and “Product URL” at least once in your review exactly as it is listed above. Example:
4. Submit the actual permanent url where the completed review is located in the field below.
Well, 200 words is quite a lengthy post for some. But for most of us who are experts in writing paid posts, it is a breeze because we are practically wired to tip-tap 200 words within minutes. So, is this great or what?
I have six sites approved to do ReviewMe and I must say I now have more paid posts than I can handle. BTW, you don’t see my blog choked with paid posts right? Well, that’s because I have them spread out over several blogs.
Once again, our strategy of setting up niche blogs with our own domains have paid off.
I don’t find any needs for filler post, good thing! Payment from ReviewMe is usually at month’s end.