PayPerPost for the dummies

Hahaha, I have so many PayPerPost questions so I might as well write it here instead of replying emails. So, here goes the simplest explanation:

1) Register to be PayPerPost postie. (you can sign up with my referral if you like, that button on the side bar?)

2) Wait for approval. You can only submit one blog. The blog must be 90 days old, at least 20 posts and the last post is not more than seven days ago. You cannot have a copy and paste blog. No violence, no adult content.

3) PayPerPost will email you the approval.

4) You need to add the codes in the Dashboard > My Blog > Get Code

5) Then, edit blog and pick only FOUR categories of the topics closest to you.

6) Check that you get a green tick and a thumbs up sign in your My Blog.

7) Go to the Opportunity List. You can only take opps that are white/green background. Those pinkish are the ones you are not qualified to take.

8) Find something you can write.

9) Click Take Opportunity. DO NOT CLOSE THE WINDOW.

10) Start writing. You have only 60 mins to complete. Visit the site you are supposed to write. Complete it according to what is asked.

11) Publish your post. Make sure you got the link right, you add in the invisible tracking code, the necessary photos if requested and your disclosure of *sponsored* post.

12) Go back to the PayPerPost window. Enter your permalink, title, marked the tick and Submit.

13) Wait and see that you get a ‘Thank you for your submission’

14) If you have more things to write, you must make a filler post. I.e. a non-paid post of more than 50 words of which is not a copy paste.

15) Repeat the cycle from (7) to (13)

You can take 3 posts per day.

Excluded domains : Many advertisers do not like blogs hosted on free hosting like blogspot, blogsome, livejournal, myspace, etc etc. So, get your own domain. :P

OK, now that you have submitted your posts… will need about few days to two weeks to hear from PayPerPost reviewer that your post is approved. If not, they will give you a chance to amend and correct.

In order for you to add another blog, you need to have 10 posts approved before you can add.

Happy making money!

Post Author: lilian

5 thoughts on “PayPerPost for the dummies

    Mama BoK

    (April 14, 2007 - 2:12 am)

    So i cannot write for PPP lah.. :(
    Boo-hoo-hoo..!! since i’m using blogsome..???

    Vedis Teh

    (April 14, 2007 - 7:15 pm)

    Ai yah… should have written this post earlier lah.. ;-)
    Anyway, thank you.
    By the way, does that mean there is a chance that the post will be approved if PPP asks us to edit the post and resubmit again ? He..he..


    (April 15, 2007 - 1:44 pm)

    Vedis – If you have any questions about PPP don’t hesitate to ask. I have been through trials and errors so now clever liao.

    mamaBok – Blogsome is acceptable but most advertisers will not prefer that so you will have a hard time finding the rare ones.

    Andrew Ooi

    (April 18, 2007 - 11:51 am)

    Lillian, did you notice that posts take longer time before it is approved? Last time used to be about 2-3 days. Now I have post that takes about 10 days before being approved.

    Also, what if you have more than one blog registered. How do you know which blog qualifies for which posts?


    (April 18, 2007 - 1:33 pm)

    Andrew – Yeah, I used to have less than 10 posts pending but lately it increases. Maybe PPP has some reviews backlog but it doesn’t matter, really cos we are paid 30 days from the day we write.

    As for your question on multiple blogs, you will get a little drop down menu of the blogs that qualify. You only see this after you have hit the Take opportunity button. Many times, I am caught with only one for my personal blog and sometimes, no choice have to take it eventhough I like to keep my personal blog away from piad posts unless they are paying me USD30 and above.

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