Payperpost newbies – Read this

I had been lurking around and noted some of the mistakes newbies made for[tag]Payperpost[/tag]’s paid posts. Since I am very generous today, I will point out some of the mistakes so that you can get it corrected before PPP’s postie patrol come by and reject your posts:

1) One paid/one regular

This is in the TOS and hence, there is no excuse to say you didn’t read the fine prints. You must have one paid post and slotted with one regular post. Even paid posts from Blogitive, Blogvertise, Creamaid or any other paid programmes are not counted as regular post.

2) The regular post

Must be more than 50 words long, cannot be copied pasted news or video or lyrics. And I bet you PPP is going to know if you steal your old posts and paste it there. Trust me, karma will bite you in the butt and you will be out of PPP.

3) Number of links

Unless otherwise specified by the advertisers that you must have ‘X’ number of links with the keywords they gave, don’t be too generous with your links. You know why? When your posts are accumulated over a period of time, like several months, it will look badly on your blog. We can check a site’s outbound links and so can the search engines. Google will definitely smell something and kick you off the top.

4) Disclosure policy

It is the law in the US that we must make it clear our post is a paid post. But from what I learnt through PPP’s forum, make your disclosure unique. Avoid the pre-made disclosure policy. Insert a image with text if you like.

5) Most important

Stop pinging those paid posts to Petaling Street Project. It is damn annoying to see paid posts on PPS eventhough I am a PPP postie. You gain nothing by doing that. Not like the advertisers care how much traffic you get. Not like PPS surfers are going to run to your post to read.

6) Two posts per day

You are only allowed two paid posts per day. Don’t try to beat the system by fast forwarding your date. [tag]PPP[/tag] can know about it and they do have a button in place to stop you from writing more.

7) A new day

Follow the time at your PPP’s dashboard. Usually, a new day starts at 1pm our Malaysian time.

Anymore question? Hehehehe, I am top earner for the last two months so I guess I can always share a tip or two.

Post Author: lilian

5 thoughts on “Payperpost newbies – Read this


    (January 14, 2007 - 6:52 pm)

    ya, please talk about the ‘holding post’, i think PPP is giving one hour of reserve time now.



    (January 14, 2007 - 10:16 pm)

    1 question. After 30days…and you got your $ you remove the sponsored post from your blog? Or it stays there?


    (January 14, 2007 - 11:24 pm)

    What other people write in PPP in their business and none of yours! So dont try to influnce others when you are just learning from many other people to start with!!!!


    (January 15, 2007 - 2:12 am)

    Guest – So what are you doing here telling me what to write?

    che-cheh – My understanding is – 90 days remain on our site, right? I haven’t write for 90 days yet but after 90 days, I will probably take down some and leave those really, really relevant to my blogs. No point loading our own blog with so many links.

    ahsoon – It is back to 30 mins again. So, we can’t really ‘hold post’ now.


    (January 15, 2007 - 8:49 am)

    Dear lilian,

    Just wondering, since you mentioned in another post that PPP only accepts blogs which are at least 90 days and 20 posts.

    Consider that I have a two year old blogspot blog which I’ve transferred all the post to my current host in december. Do I have to wait till march to be able to participate in PPP? Really dont want to delete the blogspot blog due to nostalgie reasons :|

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