Is SocialSpark helping you to make money?

I just log into my SocialSpark account and look around the available opportunities. I registered three blogs there but I didn’t install the codes because those blogs are my PR 4 blogs so I am not risking them by taking paid posts.

From what I see, the opps are not paying well, i.e. rather low amount for 200-300 words. Therefore, I am not incline to submit my PR 0 blogs. However, I do wonder how other paid posties find SocialSpark? Are there lots of opps to do? So far, have you been earning?

I also notice that there is another type of sponsored ad which if I am not mistaken is an ugly pop up ad that momentarily freeze your site during downloading. I had seen a few posties using it and I personally think that it is one of the ugliest pop up ads around. Worse than Adbrite because the thing will float around as well.

I saw one paying USD2.29 per day for the sponsored ad. Are you using it as well? I cannot try it on my PR 0 blogs because it is not allowed by other networks. So do you have these ads running on your site? Can I visit? :)

It is quite a chore to submit a blog to SocialSpark as it involves answering a freaking long questionnaire and selecting what to reveal and what to hide. However, if I get feedbacks from happy and satisfied posties, I may want to submit some PR 0 blogs. But before that, please let me know if PR 0 blogs get any deals?

So, is SocialSpark working for you? Or is PayPerPost doing better? (SocialSpark uses no-follow, PPP must do-follow). I am barely hanging on as the all time top ten earner on PayPerPost. I am expected to be kick off the top ten any minute soon as I do not write for PayPerPost that often too. Faster visit PayPerPost and take a look at my little avatar for one last time, will you? LOL. My current tab shows I have made USD14,686.75 from PayPerPost. (the figure you see on the main board is lower because it is not including PPP Direct and PPP referral fees)

Post Author: lilian

9 thoughts on “Is SocialSpark helping you to make money?

    Make Money Talks

    (May 22, 2008 - 11:25 pm)

    I think i will try Socialspark if they have option to run just nofollow link ads !


    (May 22, 2008 - 11:40 pm)

    So far I’ve been using SocialSpark and I have to say they’re really not bad.. In the initial stage, the opportunities are much easier to get with bigger brand names like Dockers. But I do notice that it’s getting harder to grab opportunities now. I did like almost 10 posts for them and they approve of them really quickly.


    (May 23, 2008 - 12:04 am)

    Hi Aunty Lilian,

    Why don’t I go buy a pageranked domain, let you add it to your PPP account, either you or I write the paid posts and then share the revenue? You think this will work?


    (May 23, 2008 - 2:10 am)

    Bobby T – LOL, that’s a brilliant idea. You can explore it if you like but I already have too many blogs to handle now. Thanks for the offer anyway.

    supergirlfriend – There was one high paying opp when I joined but after submitting my interest, I was asked to wait indefinitely and nothing comes out after that. I gave up already.

    make money – Actually, all social spark posts are no-follow. But if advertisers prefer do-follow, they can use PayPerPost.


    (May 23, 2008 - 2:22 am)

    I am only suggesting this because my own PPP account tak boleh add other blogs lor, stuck with my first blog which has no pagerank and due to that, no offers available for me to cukupkan 10 paid posts to add other blogs…


    (May 23, 2008 - 12:26 pm)

    I’ve tried for a few weeks and sadly social spark doesn’t work for my pr0 personal blog. I queued in the line for the opps and nothing happened.


    (May 24, 2008 - 6:37 pm)

    Thanks, is very useful


    (May 28, 2008 - 11:32 am)

    Lilian ahyi, Social spark is another Paid post ? it will drop your PR rank right ?
    I hope to get some PR first lo..because my blog is less than 30days old..LOL..
    normally when will Google give PR to everyone 1 ?


    (September 9, 2008 - 9:54 pm)

    I have joined social spark , but I don’t seem to qualify for any paid opportunities.I think this it more to do with my location , because most of my traffic is from US

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