PayPerPost accepting more blogs – What’s in it for us?

I didn’t know this blog is on the blog of the day until mistipurple mentioned to me. So, I log in and found a message from PayPerPost.

Well, I don’t know if it is good news or bad news but PayPerPost now accepts blogs that are only 30 days old and has 10 posts. For the new bloggers, it means good news because you can start earning the moment you join as PayPerPost usually have some intro posts for you to write. You can join using this button and make me very rich. *sniggers*

However, for us oldies, it means the grazing ground is getting drier and the oasis is full of skeletons. Oldies know what I am talking about.

Do you see the amount I have earned from PayPerPost? Attractive, right? But ooopss…I have retired mostly from paid posts. Now, I am into a new game already. When it pays off, I will teach you how. Right now, my comrade and I are still learning from our sifu or master. It pays to be a woman and an Asian ‘cos American men dig Asians. Threesome is so exciting. *cackles*

On a serious note, yes, paid post is the fastest way to make money and it is fun blogging too. However, your blog cannot have the no-follow tags like what I am using here and you must write in coherent sentences. Decent English and a nicely maintained blog with one non-paid post in between your paid posts. By far, PayPerPost is one of the most dynamic company in terms of the amount of advertisers, publicity (good and bad hehehe) and payout.

Do find out more information, the good and the risk in my category marked PayPerPost. *grins innocently*

Post Author: lilian

3 thoughts on “PayPerPost accepting more blogs – What’s in it for us?


    (February 19, 2008 - 8:01 am)

    Do you know I blushed in reading the last of this post? =) Count me as one interested in the new venture.


    (February 19, 2008 - 10:09 pm)

    congratulations for being the top earner all the time. youre very fortunate; what do you mean by no-follow tags? always met these words but i dont know what it means. oufff, i wish i’ll earn something like yours. congratulations and keep it up :-)


    (February 20, 2008 - 8:34 pm)

    I think PPP have hit a brickwall with their policy of not allowing no-follows. Their once higher ranked bloggers are now at a big fat zero and you’re lucky to get a £5/6 opp a couple of times a week. At the same time their advertisers want high ranking PR’s to do their ops but…where are the high rankers?…at zero as Google hit them for posting without no-follows!

    PPP must be seeing the business beginning to dwindle due to the number of bloggers who have given up and gone elsewhere and PPP are hitting the panic buttons by allowing younger blogs to sign up to make up the numbers.

    I like your site!

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