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Bloggerwave Review
Date Added: 10/21/2009     Reviewer: wontyoubemynaber
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Website URL: http://www.bloggerwave.com
Company Name: Bloggerwave
Alexa Traffic Rank: 403,522
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Bloggerwave Description

Bloggerwave is a company out of Denmark that gives bloggers an additional way to monetize their blogs and program/service owners a unique and effective way to get advertisement. Each advertiser comes up with a criteria regarding the type of post (review) they would like to have written about their business. This is put into a job offer that bloggers can choose from and complete. The post is approved by Bloggerwave and the blogger is paid.

Bloggerwave Detailed Overview

There are five steps to monetizing a blog:

  1. Decide that you want to make money.
  2. Open a user account and submit the url of your blog.
  3. Log into Bloggerwave and choose among the job postings available.
  4. Read the description for the chosen job and post the text on your blog.
  5. Bloggerwave checks the posting and sends the money to your Paypal.

Signing up with Bloggerwave is very simple to do. Just fill out a small information form and enter the url of the blog you are using (up to five blogs can be entered). Then once your blog has been approved you can go to the jobs tab and pick the jobs you would like to complete. The post does have to be kept on your blog for a minimum of thirty days, but it does not have to remain on the front page.

The following steps need to be taken to open an advertising account with Bloggerwave and what benefits will be gained:

  1. Want bloggers to write about a product or service.
  2. Create a business agreement with Bloggerwave.
  3. Log in anytime to post an assignment.
  4. All blog posts are done in accordance with your guidelines.
  5. All postings are ranked by search engines and syndicated via RSS feeds.
  6. Follow the web statistics through a dynamic tracking link.
  7. Agree on a fee per posting and Bloggerwave will pay the blogger out of your account.

The posts will exactly follow your criteria and you can decide what photos, keywords, or links you want to be included.

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Bloggerwave Reputation

A lot of bloggers are using Bloggerwave and are saying great things about it. It is completely different from a lot of other blog monetizing sites and the criteria to get a blog approved is not as stringent. It is absolutely free to join and a good way to not only monetize your blog and make some extra money, but also help your blog rank higher in the search engines.

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No jobs at all!

Looking for new ways to make some decent money I stumbled upon this site. It looks promising and seeing all top earners with $400, $350 I said to myself what a great site.

They approved my site after 2 months from registering, which seemed too long but I said maybe they have too many people involved in and will definitely be worth the waiting.

Then I saw there is no job available for me. Not a single one. Every time I login into my account, the job section is empty.

It has been 7 months now, so I decided not to check them anymore! I guess it is a waste of time. At least for me it is!
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by carina75 on February 4, 2010 at 9:33 PM CST

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Never got paid

I joined Bloggerwave in my blogger beginnings. I searched some websites that would give me some money for posting articles. I found Bloggerwave quite quickly, and it had a good reputation on the net. So I gave it a try. I joined and my blog was accepted after one week. There were almost never offers. But, one day there was an offer. I took it and wrote the article, and I published it on my blog.

I waited weeks for my article being accepted. And finally, it was accepted. I was glad, and I asked a payment.

Well, I still wait for that single payment that I asked 7 months ago...

Trust me, it isn't worth it.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by YBthebest on December 27, 2009 at 8:20 PM CST

 
 
 
Still Waiting

Like most of the other reviewers here, I'm still waiting for my first ever assignment from the site. I've been with them for some time and I'm slowly losing hope that I will ever get anything out of this service. I thought it was a good thing that the sign up process was easy to go through, but it turns out (and I know that much now) that you should be worried when sites that act as mediator to publishers and advertisers such as Bloggerwave does not ask for much when you sign up, because the more picky they are, the more likely it is that they have tons of advertisers who pay well and are likewise picky with who they give writing assignments to. I wonder now if the stats on the site regarding highest paid bloggers are true. It seems that nobody is getting anything from them at all. I can't say much of the site layout. It's mediocre and could use some tips from the designer of SocialSpark, which is another pay-to-post service.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by pehpot on December 12, 2009 at 9:04 PM CST

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Potential to be so Much More

I have been a member of Cloggerwave for over a month now and from the beginning signed up with a variety of my blogs all in different yet popular niches. I am still yet to be offered a review opportunity despite the popularity of the subjects and blogs I have posted.

In theory this site is a brilliant idea, but in practice Bloggerwave really seems to fail. The top earners are sitting at under $300 and for those small results this service really does come across as a waste of time.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by cjm18 on December 9, 2009 at 8:43 PM CST

 
 
 
No Job Or Task

I have been a member of this site for time. The first time I added my blog to get a job, they approved my blog directly. But after I waited for a long time, they still show the same name and I never got a job or task. I think this is the worst site.
 
 


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avatar   by friend1101 on November 15, 2009 at 3:31 PM CST

 
 
 
No task at all

I have been a member of this site for a long time and never got a task or assignment at all. My blog was approved directly, but up to now I didn't get a dime from them. They always show the same names of people who have earned from writing posts from them. Also their support team is not as helpful as other sites where I signed up my blogs, when I wrote them twice I never got a reply at all.
 
 


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Waste of Time

Well this website is just plain the worst website ever. You get approved easily which makes you think this is a legit website. But after that, NOTHING. Nothing ever happens. You can post your blog as much as you want, it won't take you anywhere. It's been 2 months and not one word from them. They make it sound like they will pay, but they never do. When I contacted the coder he just skipped the fact that I won't get paid. I recommend you stay away from this website. You get approved, but you don't get paid should be their slogan. Don't even think about coming here.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by Noimus on November 3, 2009 at 6:30 AM CST

 
 
 
Still waiting on my paid opportunity

I have been waiting for my paid opportunity for the past 5 months. I know that it may all depend on my blog ranking, but I was expecting to at least get one paid opportunity a month. I thought once my blog had been approved I would start to receive some work, but I'm still waiting. I don't want to say that Bloggerwave is a horrible company, but I don't believe that it caters to the small, low ranking blogs.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by crystal6545 on October 27, 2009 at 11:48 AM CST

 
 
 
NOT Creating Any Waves

I signed up with Bloggerwave because I like to be a member of as many pay-per-post sites as possible, just in case one doesn't give too much opportunities so I can fall back on the others. Well, initially, I was surprised at how quickly my blogs got approved on Bloggerwave. I thought that was a good thing. Trust me, it isn't. The more picky a pay-per-post site is, the more chances that said site has TONS of opportunities for it's bloggers. When it comes to opportunities, they don't come as fast as that at Bloggerwave. In fact, they almost don't come at all.

I'm a realist. I don't expect my sites to be barraged by writing opportunities the moment I sign up for a pay-per-post site. In fact, I like them to come once in a while, just enough for me not to start cramming and my site to look like it's just one big advertising blog. But this is ridiculous. Not a SINGLE opportunity for me? I mean I know I'm not in the top 100K in Alexa yet, but I'm working my way there, and other advertisers are already noticing it. NOT Bloggerwave. I'm starting to wonder if any advertisers come to that site at all.

I MIGHT have something to tell you about how they pay on time (I read one commenting here that they, in fact, DO pay on time) IF ONLY I already have earnings in my account. But so far, NONE. Nada. Oh well. If you're the really, REALLY patient type, then this site might be for you. Good luck on waiting.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by wahmaholic on October 25, 2009 at 9:02 AM CST

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Bloggerwave too little work for the blogger

I don't really like Bloggerwave because I have been a member for awhile and have yet to get any paid blogging assignments. I really don't like signing up for these sites that is my opinion make false claims. It is similar to payperpost in that they talk a good game, and while I'm sure there are some people who make money on this site, I am not one of them. I haven't seen any paid assignments available. The one good thing about this site is that it is extremely easy to sign up for and to have your blog approved. It does do well for ease of signup, but what is the point if you are not going to get any paid blogging assignments. I would give Bloggerwave a pass.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by snowy22315 on October 24, 2009 at 8:59 PM CST

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It isn't the best

I joined up with Bloggerwave awhile back. I posted my blog url etc as requested and i was approved straight away which was great.

i was so excited that I checked back every day, maybe several times a day.

Each and everytime I would check to see if any posting jobs where available, and everytime I looked none where available.

I looked around and found many of the members where approved but had no jobs available for them.

Started to think, why do they approve you if they don't have jobs available to offer you?, i still look back every so often but still nothing available, maybe one day one will become available, who knows.
 
 


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Not worth it

I don't know how to really define this opinion, you get approved really fast once you post your blogs urls, but after that they don't give you anything to do at all. I have logged into my account for the past 4 months, they haven't offered me anything at all to do. I sit here and wonder how do all this other people make money from it, if I'm doing what I'm supposed to do.
 
 


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avatar   by theking345 on October 24, 2009 at 10:27 AM CST

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No posting jobs available

I joined in Bloggerwave and was really surprised that I got instant approval. Unlike other pay per post sites wherein you I get denied several times, here it is very easy to register. But my excitement slowly faded since I haven't received any posting offers for 2 months now. I inquired to the webmaster/admin but didn’t get any reply. I’ve learned from other members that they too didn’t received any offers, and that kept me wondering why do they bother to approve your blog when you are not qualified or they cannot give you posting jobs? I guess it is better to get denied than to be left hanging.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by yuuki on October 24, 2009 at 10:04 AM CST

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No opportunities

I joined Bloggerwave around 6 months back while trying to look for ways to monetize my blog. It was easy to get registered and I immediately got an assignment, and that was about Bloggearwave per se. So I post about it and got paid. I’ve waited for new assignments for months, but didn’t get any. I tried to ask the admin for some reason, but didn’t get response either.

I believe it is a legit site, but members are confused because they give no explanation whether my blog is still qualified or not. I already stopped checking my account because it just frustrates me.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by rye on October 23, 2009 at 10:18 AM CST

 
 
 
No Opportunities from Bloggerwave

Since I joined Bloggerwave way back in 2008, I only earned a total of $20. My first assignment was to write a post promoting Bloggerwave. Then after a couple of months I got another writing assignment. I check my account with them regularly, but it seems that they no longer provide blogging opportunities. They post their top bloggers, however, this does not seem accurate to me. How come they earn such amounts but they do not have any blogging assignments at all? Anyway, I do not have any complaints regarding payments from them. I got paid on time. It could have been a good money-making site, but it's a turn off due to the lack of opportunities.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by angel on October 23, 2009 at 8:18 AM CST

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I Have Had Problems With Bloggerwave

It is true that Bloggerwave hasn't done anything bad for me... because it hasn't done anything for me. I joined Bloggerwave 2 months ago and have checked my email and the site every couple of days since. I have gotten 0 job offerings. I don't know if anyone else has had the same issues, but I have not been able to get a single job on the site. In my opinion, it is a total waste of time to use.
 
 


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avatar   by jc8187 on October 22, 2009 at 5:13 PM CST

 
 
 
Wave Goodbye to Bloggerwave

I signed up for this site as an extra side way to "monetize" an old blog I had. I wasn't expecting to earn tons of money with it, it was more of the attitude that "every little bit helps". When I would log on to look for tasks, it reminded me of Microworkers and other paid mini-job sites, just with a LOT less opportunities. There were usually less than 10 assignments available whenever I checked!

Not wanting to get discouraged, I dutifully accepted a few of these blog tasks, but was only approved for one of them! It seems like it's hard to get approved if you don't have a high, high-traffic blog that's almost entirely devoted to the business of promoting others' sites, so I gave up on Bloggerwave.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by anonmissus on October 22, 2009 at 11:59 AM CST

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Been there, done that, not worth it

I joined Bloggerwave a few years ago as a blogger. Signing up was fairly straightforward. When I logged in there was only one blogging opportunity and that was to write about Bloggerwave on my blog (for $10). In the time I was there that was the only opportunity I ever saw.

I wrote the post and it was approved the following day. I was excited and impressed. However, it's one thing for a post to be approved, it's quite another to get paid for it (as Bloggerwave would later prove).

At the time, it didn't say on their site when payments can be expected. I sent 3 emails over the course of a month to find out when they pay and received no reply from them. After 6 weeks, I still hadn't received any correspondence or my payment. It was then that I went online to do the research I should have done before joining. Some people had been paid, some hadn't and were threatening legal action, while others had just plain given up on ever seeing their payment.

I figured that if I wasn't going to receive my payment, I'd write about my experience as a way of putting people off joining. So I wrote about it on my blog. Lo and behold, I get a payment from Bloggerwave the next day. Coincidence? I guess I'll never know.

My big gripe, even above the money owed, was LACK OF COMMUNICATION. I found their inability to respond to emails to be unprofessional, disappointing and offputting.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by MissEb on October 22, 2009 at 9:13 AM CST

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Seems Like A Pretty Good Site

I recently came across this site called Bloggerwave and since I'm constantly looking for wonderful ways to monetize my blogs, I decided to sign up for an account.

I have to give it to Bloggerwave, the sign-up process was easy as 1-2-3. They give step-by-step guidelines on how to jumpstart an account and this goes not only for bloggers but advertisers as well. The interface of the site is very easy to understand and navigate in, you won't feel lost once you're logged in to your account.

Since I'm fairly new to the site, there aren't that many review opportunities available for me yet. However, the legitimacy of the site is unquestionable because they do show a list of their top 10 bloggers as well as how much these people have earned and I recognized names of people who are great freelance writers so that alone attests to Bloggerwave's reputation.

I'm still waiting for opportunities and I plan on sticking it out with the site. I recommend this to those who are looking for ways to make money out of their blogs and who enjoy writing reviews.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by crazyoverpurple on October 22, 2009 at 7:58 AM CST

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Decided to give this a shot

I signed up with Bloggerwave just recently hoping to make some additional income with my blog. I will have to say that the sign up process is a piece of cake. I entered my name, email address, DOB, and paypal address and boom I was registered. Once I logged in, I noticed that the member area is really simple looking. I went ahead and submitted my blog and as of right now I have no jobs available yet. However, since I'm so new I'm definitely going to stick with a little longer than the month I've been with it.

I will have to say that I would probably recommend this site to others and it does look promising. I noticed that on the right hand side of the members area is the top ten and they have brought in a decent amount of money from this program.

If nothing else, it is free so I have nothing to lose here. I log in once a day to see if any jobs have posted. I would say give it a shot.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by kyleskorner on October 22, 2009 at 7:46 AM CST

 
 
 
Mixed feelings about Bloggerwave

Bloggerwave is a pay per review site that pays you based on the "job" payment and product. If you are looking for just a couple of dollars on the weekend, this site is great for you. This site doesn’t have many "job" opportunities and the chance of your post being rejected is slightly high. Rejection of a post is no issue if it were balanced with more jobs, but in this site that’s not the case. Also your payment will be low, the highest I’ve been paid was about $6 to $8 per review.

On this site I have mixed feelings because of the pay out, but it is worth the time to check out. If this is something you like to do in your spare time then this is great for you. Focus more on "jobs" in your niche and you should have no problems.
 
 


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Bloggerwave – Easy to Sign Up but No Jobs Yet

Bloggerwave is ideal for writers who want to make a bit of extra money from writing, and it should be terrific for people who need blogs about their products. It seems like a win-win situation, which is what attracted me to the site. I like the concept.

I signed up as a blogger, which was really easy and only took me a minute. The problem is I don’t seem to be eligible for any blog jobs at the moment. There is a list of top ten bloggers on the site, who have each got between $200 and $300 USD next to their names. Trouble is, there is no indication of whether the top ten changes on a daily, weekly, monthly, or never basis, so you can’t tell how long it took to earn that $200 to $300. I’ll keep trying to get some writing work on Bloggerwave in the next few weeks, but so far it doesn’t seem like the ideal way to earn money that I thought it could be. It could be wonderful for advertisers though.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by HayleyWriter on October 22, 2009 at 6:54 AM CST

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