Izea SocialSpark is coming soon – Are you ready yet?

I got an email from IZEA about the video on SocialSpark. Right now, the video is being downloaded on QuickTime on my iMac. I will probably need another 40 minutes for the video to finish download. *roll eyes* Can’t get it to work on my Vista, not sure why.

Since I don’t have a preview of how SocialSpark works, I cannot comment about them. However, one of the postie has viewed the video and made some comments :

It looks like Social Spark will definately include Google PR in addition to ROI Rank, RealRank, Alexa, Visitors, Pageviews, and more. Bad news I think.

I am still keeping my fingers and toes crossed that SocialSpark will play well with Google. If it does, and my almighty Googlegod allows it, I can go back and grab some paid posts through SocialSpark because it requires no-follow. If not, I will just take the crumbs from my PR 0 blogs. It sucks having PR 0 and living in Asia. My PPP earnings have dropped to less than USD100. Gone were the days when I earned USD1,500 per month from PPP. But then, I am thankful I learnt a lot from the PR smackdown and also how resilient I was during the PR 0 days. I am lucky I managed to get my PR back by fighting off temptations to make money the un-Googlegodly way. :)

So, are your blogs ready for SocialSpark? If not, keep working on the search engine ranking and hope that advertisers will start to notice your blog and hire you or place their advertisements on your blogs.

Post Author: lilian

4 thoughts on “Izea SocialSpark is coming soon – Are you ready yet?

    sir jorge

    (January 8, 2008 - 3:50 am)

    They can die for all I care


    (January 8, 2008 - 4:16 am)

    Yes, I expected it to be that way. Most of the advertisers just don’t care about the reviews we are writing. They want the PR, and this will always be a criterion. My main blog is now PR 0 and I was with PPP only for two weeks when it happened. Living in Eastern Europe and having PR 0 is almost as bad as in Asia. I hope we will survive.

    Cheers and Happy New Year!


    (January 8, 2008 - 12:31 pm)

    Have left PPP and probably won’t get back unless things change drastically ;)

    Arun kamath

    (April 6, 2008 - 10:48 am)

    Some advertisers demand pagerank 6 in PPP. How can a PPP postie continue having pagerank 6. Isn’t google slapping them.

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