To those of you who may have missed PayPerPost’s Terms of Service:
5.5 POSTING REGULATIONS.
If you have a Blog accepted into the Marketplace, you must comply with the following Posting Requirements:
1. Frequency of Posts. You may post a maximum of two (2) PayPerPost Marketplace Opportunity-related posts per blog in any given day. PayPerPost posts may not appear consecutively on your Blog. Each [tag]PayPerPost[/tag] post must be immediately preceded and immediately followed by at least one non-sponsored, original content post. ‘Sponsored’ posts apply to both PayPerPost Direct and Marketplace Opportunities, as well as other sponsored posts from competitive services.
2. Interim Posts. Your last non Opportunity-related post must have been within the 7 days immediately preceding your Opportunity-related post. After any break in blog activity of 7+ days, interim posts, that is, posts between Opportunity-related posts, submitted on the same day as your paid Opportunity-related posts will not count towards this requirement.
And no time shifting or you are out :
(G) Time Shifting. A submitted Opportunity-related post’s date of submission to PayPerPost must match the date of creation as reflected in your Blog time stamp, date line or archives. A submitted post’s date must also be relative to the timeframe of an Opportunity’s life span.
This takes effect from September 12, 2007 and applies to posts submitted on this date.
PPP also implemented the Best Practices. It is a long one, so go read (and don’t bitch)
I have no problem with all the above PROVIDED [tag]PPP[/tag] can maintain the standard and keep lousy posties out of their system. My principle is never set too many rules if you cannot make sure people stick to them.