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Date Added: 8/4/2009     Reviewer: windychris
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Pay Per Post Description

PayPerPost is a service that allows advertisers to promote their products or service across PayPerPosts’s network of blogs. Bloggers can also benefit from the service by getting paid to post on their blog. They can monetize their sites when advertisers contact them with an opportunity to write about their business, products or services.

Pay Per Post Detailed Overview

There are two sides to PayPerPost (PPP) – one as an advertiser and one as a blogger. Let’s talk about the advertiser side first. PPP is a great alternative way to market your products /services. You can really choose your audience as you can invite bloggers to write a post about your business.

You’ll have to deposit some money into your account to get started. It costs $10 to create an opp (short for opportunity). All you have to do is enter a description, requirements and the desired word count. After that, just set a maximum price you’re willing to pay for the post, and you’ll be given a number of blogs that best matches your criteria.

The blogger will then have 3 days to complete your post and then you will have to either approve the post or reject it. I think it’s a good idea that you have the decision to approve or rejects posts as you don’t want to be paying for a shoddy job done by the blogger you decided to work with.

Advertisers can choose between text ads, press releases and videos. Just remember that you set the requirements on what kind of post you want whether it’s a review, ad, helpful content, etc. PPP has a click tracking feature so you can see how your post is doing.

To help your SEO campaigns, you can filter by page rank, Alexa score, Technorati rank and PPP’s ranking system called Tack (rated by advertisers). The company really makes sure that your posts aren’t put on poor sites as they have a rating system to really spot out spam blogs.

One thing I didn’t like is that when you post an opp (their name for a campaign), you can only unlock 30 blogs. You are given 3 additional blogs every time you successfully complete a transaction (pay a blogger for a post). On the other hand, I really like that there are many different rating systems to weed out the people that are bringing down the quality of the service.

For example: The experience score lists the total number of bloggers you’ve paid as an advertiser. The blog score lists the percentage of posts the blogger has been paid compared to the number of offers he has taken. The history score represents the number of opportunities declined, number of approved posts and number of rejected posts. You can really use all this information to decide whether you want to waste your time working with the user.

Now let’s move on to the blogger side. You can select which categories relate to your site. There are 6 general categories and 24 specific categories in total. After this process, you just have to wait until an advertiser contacts you to buy a post.

You can set your price two different ways. Your fee will be set at price per link with the minimum being .50 and price per word with the minimum set at .03 for 200 word post. So if you charge .03 for a 200 word post and $10 for a link, that will total $16 for a post. The minimum earning to cash out is $50 and PPP pays by Paypal, making it really convenient to get your earnings.

You’ll have to remember to read what the advertiser wants. Most of the time, they will want a followable link and a well-written post about their product/service. You will also need to follow PPP’s requirements and let your readers know that it is a sponsored post.

I think PayPerPost is a great way to monetize your blog and is one of the higher paying post services. I do think that the fact new advertisers can only see 30 blog results really limit the amount of opportunities you get. Also your site is viewable so you will have to make sure your site has some PR and provides quality content. Do know that the higher your ranking, the more you can charge for your posts.

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Pay Per Post Reputation

In final, PayPerPost is a great service for both advertisers and bloggers. Advertisers will be able to tap into the audience of the bloggers and also help build their SEO campaigns. Bloggers can make good money from posting adverts, but since you don’t want to overwhelm your readers with paid posts, there is a limit to how much you can make.

My only negative criticisms would be to remove the 30 blog rule so bloggers can get more opps and advertisers more blogs to choose from right at the get-go. I recommend PayPerPost highly for advertisers doing SEO or wanting to expand their advertising campaigns. As a blogger, you should use this service in addition to other monetization strategies as it alone will not be able to bring you as much earnings as you’d want.

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I would give it only two stars

I signed up for pay per post, but I found out you had to spend money to make money. I gave up on that site, did not want to spend money to make money. I like free better :) But if you like spending money to make money this would be that would be the site for you.
 
 


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avatar   by cloudyday on April 10, 2013 at 8:12 AM CST

 
 
 
This Website is Awesome

Pay Per Post is really doing an amazingly wonderful job for the bloggers to pay them. They are nice enough to encourage even new bloggers to try their luck in writing reviews and in this way the website is giving them an opportunity to start their earning online.. I have only one question , if anybody can answer it... it would be really helpful... When and to where to add paypal email id in payperpost.com. ?.. as I am not seeing any place in the account form ... This question is being asked by many beginners... I am waiting for an authentic reply . On the whole payperpost.com is superb ... Awesome !
 
 


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avatar   by Hoizon on January 8, 2012 at 9:17 PM CST

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Good for English site with traffic

I used the service 6 months ago. My blogs haven't had any luck because they were new. The disadvantage of this service is that it does not support languages ​​other than English, so European countries can not participate. However, it is a good service for pages with original content. Someone with a good page or blog can make some extra money.
 
 


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avatar   by madcat on June 11, 2011 at 12:25 PM CST

 
 
 
"Pay Per System" - where I failed

Of course, PPP is one of the great sites for bloggers to make some real cash. The task is pretty easy too but I'm not much happy with my results.

Your blog should be 90 days old and should have a higher PR, this is where I failed. My blog was new, had not yet done any SEO optimization. So, obviously offers in my dashboard were empty almost every day. I could only earn from PPP through the referral bonus.

I grade this service to "C-Just OK" cause professional bloggers can earn decent amount of bucks.
 
 


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avatar   by suneesh179 on April 10, 2011 at 2:06 PM CST

 
 
 
I would say No

"Pay Per Post" - I actually have been signed up in to this one. It's really hard to get money. You have to post more than 20 essays or article. It's not worth to waste your time for this one. Believe me guys. :)

But, if you really want to try this one, you can of course. It's kinda simple, and if you like filling Blogs you can try it.

I'm not sure about paying out of this website. I used it, but I didn't reach the pay out "price".

Anyway, I voted for "D - Pretty lame", because definitely I think it is.
 
 


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avatar   by Ruslez on January 21, 2011 at 3:59 PM CST

 
 
 
I practicaly can't use this

I signed up a while back, like 2 weeks ago, and since then I've had trouble getting into the site because it seems like it is broken. Every time I go to the website, which is getting increasingly aggravating. Since if it is always broken, I'll never make money from it. ', :0
 
 


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avatar   by karster on December 5, 2010 at 7:15 PM CST

 
 
 
PPP, easy money with a blog

I have been part of Pay Per Post for a few months now which is earning me a good amount of revenue from my blog. The approval process for my blog did not take long as I had taken a lot of time to setup my blog to meet their criteria before I signed up with Pay Per Post. After I signed up with PPP I was able to choose opportunities or offers to post and was able to earn a decent amount in no time. I was able to negotiate with the advertiser for a better price for the post based on the offer type that was available to me. The good part about Pay Per Post is that they pay promptly to my paypal account and they did not deduct any fees ever from my payment.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by happy198 on June 30, 2010 at 9:29 PM CST

 
 
 
Good service!

I am surprised at some of the negative comments here about Pay Per Post as my experience is almost completely positive.

I've been using PPP for a few months now and have received a number of opportunities. Very often the posts are so far from my blog topic, that they wouldn't make sense. Because of that, I've refused a number of offers. But aside from that slight annoyance, I get regular good offers that turn into quick cash.

The posts are specific about what links and references need to be included, so it's easy to comply.

My favorite thing about PPP: sometimes I get offers for payment for link only. Most of the time I can find the needed text in an existing post and just add it for some quick money.

My least favorite thing about PPP: you get sent possible opportunities that you can say you are either interested or not. These queries only show part of the offer and often as not, they hide so much info that you can't really tell if you want to show interest.

Payment on PPP takes longer than some other services, but working with them is easy. I recommend this service.
 
 


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avatar   by AlphaSmith on April 4, 2010 at 5:45 PM CST


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Payperpost Is Not for Beginner Bloggers

I have written some on the internet and decided to try my had at blogging. I was looking for some sites to assist me in making money from blogging on the internet. The one site that I found and chose to register with was Payperpost. It sounds terrific and when you look at the way that they put together their pricing you can make some good money just from having a blog.

My experience has been that you need to at least have some overall knowledge of blogging before joining a site like Payperpost. My first blog has never received any opportunities. On the other hand, after awhile when I realized a few more things about blogging, I began to put together a work from home blog. This blog did finally get a lead just recently. I truly believe the reason for getting the advertiser lead on Payperpost is due to the fact that my second blog had Search Engine Optimization (SEO) keywords in the description and title.

My advice to all bloggers is get some experience first before joining Payperpost especially in the areas of SEO. Once you get good at SEO this will help to increase your blog's readership making it a stronger candidate for an advertiser to choose your blog for a Payperpost opportunity.
 
 


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avatar   by aireannaT on March 29, 2010 at 12:02 PM CST

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Great place, but didn't have the luck

I know someone who is very involved with this program and I saw how she was making good money from it. As I have a few blogs of my own, I decided to try out my luck with it as well.

As the rest of my blogs were not so updated while the others were personal, I chose one that had been running for almost a year already that time, is constantly updated, had a lot of followers and contained quite general interest. But it was turned down by PPP.

I waited for another 4 weeks and gave it another shot, but didn't have much luck either. I realized going for a third try is too much for my end since I am also busy with some other programs. But I still appreciate their program as I have seen a lot of people were doing well in it. Their quite selective manner of approving sites, though a little vague to me, still shows how they are working on their site and truly looking after it.

Good luck to others though.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by patofgold23 on February 17, 2010 at 12:11 PM CST

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It's Okay... If They Accept Your Blog

My title there pretty much sums it up. I joined PPP (PayPerPost) as a way to help me make money with my blog. However, first, they wouldn't even accept it (something about not meeting the qualifications). So I came back with the same blog a couple months later and tried submitting again. This time it went through and said as soon as I got offers for advertisers on my blog, I could start earning. Well, I kept that blog going with the usual type of content, however, after 6 months of no responses, I'm not holding my breath. So I guess if you have a great blog with like 100+ followers, PPP might be right for you (although you could also just use Google AdSense as well). If your just starting a blog, I recommend staying away from this site for a little bit, at least until the blog gets some experience under it's belt.
 
 


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avatar   by psufootball on February 16, 2010 at 3:18 PM CST

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You must have a ton of time and patience

I signed up about 3 months ago and have yet to earn one dime from PPP. I do realized that these things can take time, but after three months I should have had a blog approved for pity if nothing else. I give it a "C" because my friend has earned some 100+ from here in the matter of 3 months, so they do pay. However they seem to only pay a very select few. How their approval process continues to elude me. Don't put too much time in this one, submit a few articles a month and see what happens.
 
 


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avatar   by DionCarroll on February 8, 2010 at 10:11 AM CST

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Used to be great

I used to love PPP! It was so huge! but then it used to be... I didn't realize what had happened to it. I've never heard anything great about it anymore. It was the very first paid blogging site I entered when a friend introduced me to it. I've made about $400 with them for about a year and from then on they suddenly made changes to everything and especially with the opps that costs 50 cents a piece! I was surprised, and a lot of people out there did, too. I decided to deactivate my account with them since I no longer feel comfortable grabbing opps at their end. Sorry, it wasn't really worth it. :(
 
 


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avatar   by pinkkitten83 on February 4, 2010 at 5:21 PM CST

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Too difficult

I have tried two versions of this site to earn money. So far I've earned nothing. I've been on the site for at least three months now and I keep getting leads I can't accept. It is a huge waiting game and I don't recommend it if you need extra money.

I've checked it out, but quite frankly I find it to be a waste of my time. Not only that, but the min you have to make to reach payout is too high. I am considering canceling my account at this point.
 
 


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avatar   by kaylatsukino on January 28, 2010 at 4:16 PM CST

 
 
 
Not very impressed

I'm going to be completely honest, im not a big fan of this site. The main reason for this is that, it's not as easy as it seems to get your blog approved which makes it very hard to actually make money. I submitted several blogs that I worked very hard on and I tried my hardest to comply with the rules and regulations for blogs and I thought I did a good job doing so. Apparently I was wrong every time so I ended up quitting and leaving the site with no money made. In my opinion, even if the blogs were approved.. it's too much work for not a lot of reward.
 
 


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avatar   by KingAra15 on January 25, 2010 at 11:23 AM CST

 
 
 
One word - excellent!

Now.. I have read a lot of people's comments about this service and they all seem to be rather.. negative. I do not get it. My experience with this service is just.. perfect! Even though I was skeptical about it at first, I put up some of my blog articles with no high expectations. I was clearly wrong. I set them to the lowest price and three days later they were already chosen by advertisers! I felt really bad for not believing in this web-site from the whole beginning. I am rating this A because it is just.. awesome! I definitely recommend to go check it out!
 
 


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avatar   by roadkiller on January 17, 2010 at 11:46 AM CST

 
 
 
Took too long to be chosen

My experience with this service was bad. Out of curiosity, I put some of my blog articles there with hope that I could get instant money within days. I was really interested because it's the first time I see a service that make the advertising fee based on the word counts.

Because it was my first time, I set it to the lowest price with hope that it will make the deal done faster. After, I waited for days... weeks, months! and my offer hasn't been chosen by any advertisers. Therefore, I just gave up and decided to never visit this service again.

Nearly 4 months since I put offers to that site, I've finally received an email notification that tells me that one of my offer has been finally chosen. I've even nearly forgot that I've registered to that service so I just ignore it since I've made a deal with another advertiser via another service. I'd rate it D because there are other services that could make an advertising deal much faster than this one.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by Avaxier on January 17, 2010 at 11:19 AM CST

 
 
 
Cut-throat service

PayPerPost has a great service set up to pay bloggers for writing about products, services, or websites. However, in my experience using it I found it to be a very competitive website that was very cut-throat. You have to constantly check for available offers and be one of the first to "reserve" the offer so you can start writing about it. Since the offer is not paid until after they have seen your post, this can cause instances where you are writing a post and it never gets approved so you end up not getting paid for it.

Otherwise, I personally made about $100 when PayPerPost first started up.
 
 


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avatar   by bigjon on January 15, 2010 at 10:52 AM CST

 
 
 
Easy earn money in Pay Per Post

My favorite paid to write review is Pay Per Post. I have been member this site since last February. Pay Per Post is one of the popular paid to review sites. We can earn some money by writing of reviews. As a blogger you can monetize your blog to write about advertisers' business or products and get paid to post in your blog.

This site is very easy to use, within in some minutes you will know how to use Pay Per Post navigation. It just took three days for my blog to be approved by them. I do not believe that I can earn $100 just from free blog. It is very easy to earn some money in this site. You will get paid around $5 - $100 per post depend on your blog rank. The main key is you must have good PR blog. I would recommend this site if you want to go full time in blogging.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by dnxforum on January 12, 2010 at 11:21 AM CST

 
 
 
Don't Even try to waste your time

This site is disgusting. I am sorry if you are a fan of their site. But their process is the slowest and it will take more than 3 days to process your blog post. If you have time than you can post there, but you have to wait a lot; and guess what you will not make good money with this site. This site is not really helpful. I have found out in google that they are scam. I mean after some time they will block your account and you will lose all the money in your account. I signed up to their site and I have very bad experience with them. They are really waste of time. But if you are professional blogger than you try their service. Hope you can earn. I have earned very little, lower than $1. So it's good for nothing.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by niloyak on January 11, 2010 at 10:10 PM CST

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Nothing special

I have tried their service few months ago. My friend told me about this site, so I decided to give them a chance. Well, the site looks really nice, have a nice layout, doesn't look like a fake or scam. Everything is in place and easy to find. You will have no problems to setup everything and you will be ready to start, but... It is not so easy to get big profits using their service. It is even not so easy to get required 50$ for payout. You will need to spend a lot more time than using other similar services. If you want, you can try it - it will be your decision.
 
 


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avatar   by JoWall on January 7, 2010 at 9:08 PM CST

 
 
 
Waste of time

It took over two months to get my PR 1 gadgets related blog accepted by PPP. Once I got accepted I was very excited and I thought I was going to make tons of money. First three months I did not get even one offer, on the fourth month I stared getting very low offers. You have to have $50 to cash out so by completing low offers it would take months to cash out. Overall PPP didn’t turn out to be what I expected at all and it just seems like a complete waste of time so I wouldn’t recommend it.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by Aabbey on January 7, 2010 at 8:09 AM CST

 
 
 
Not worth your time

I joined this site about a month ago and I have to say that I was not impressed. You have to blog about certain things that the advertisers are looking for. Sometimes that can be difficult because you do not exactly know what they need, you do a blog and hope you get an offer. The offers that you are given are very low pay. Sometimes less than $5. The minimum payout is $50, so it could take you a while to reach that. The experience that I have with this site is that sometimes I did not get offers while other times I did not get good pay. With all of the time you put into that, you could be doing other jobs that are fairly decent with a fair amount of pay. Not a legitimate way to make money.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by mcginnisa84 on January 4, 2010 at 7:53 PM CST

 
 
 
Do you have time to spare?

I joined this site over a year ago, now when I set up my first blog and I wanted to try and make some extra cash. But the site was a little disappointing.

Firstly, the good points about the site. This site has to be one of the best looking (by that I mean user friendly) sites on the internet. The graphics are so clean and simple. It is very easy to use and within a few minutes you will know how to use all the controls on the site.

However, on the other hand the site is very bad because your earning potential from it is very small. In the year I have been a member I have never received an offer over five dollars. This means it would take me ages to reach the min payout of fifty dollars. This is why I think the site is just ok.
 
 


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avatar   by loveplanes on January 1, 2010 at 8:21 PM CST

 
 
 
Very slow process

I tried this about a year ago when I did have a blog, and the process is very, very slow. Like a few others, the offers were limited and paid little. It took a long time to even get up to $25 so I got out of it and my blog. I will, however, start a blog soon.
 
 


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avatar   by allsmiles on December 30, 2009 at 9:15 PM CST

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Okay but not worth the time

I started Pay per Post about 3 months ago looking to make some extra cash on the side with my blog. I must say that that getting your blog accepted is easier than expected, but however the service itself is ordinary.

I remember the first month starting with PayPerPost I barely got any offers and the ones that I did eventually get were of course low paying ones. It would seem rather tedious to have to write enough articles to reach the minimum payout of $50US and so I think that this is not worth the time. I was never able to reach the minimum payout with the little amount of offers I got.

If you have time in your hands then this is may land you some extra cash on the side, but there are better ways to manage your time and earn more cash than with PayPerPost.

 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by misterhavoc on December 23, 2009 at 1:40 PM CST

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Don't bother

After hearing about 'Pay Per Post' I was excited and signed up to try it to see what it was like. It was good at first as I made a little bit of cash and was paid a few times. However after a while my offers began to decline and then they completely stopped. It was a good first few weeks but then my income from them stopped entirely. I was very disappointed with this because I was expecting something more from 'Pay Per Post'. If you do decide to try 'Pay Per Post' then don't get your hopes up because more than likely you will get let down.
 
 


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avatar   by Stonez on December 23, 2009 at 1:39 PM CST

 
 
 
Good at first, after it fell away

For me, the system worked well at first. My blog was approved after a long time (2-3 weeks), despite the fact that I had a very good SEO referencing and lots of visitors. Once they approved my blog, I still had to wait a while before receiving bids. But after one or two weeks, I did receive offers, I easily made them, and they were approved quickly. I have also been paid a few times.

Unfortunately, after those few great offers, I have not heard of PPP once again... This disappointed me greatly, and I am still waiting for offers ...
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by YBthebest on December 20, 2009 at 10:49 AM CST

 
 
 
Dont Even Bother

I don’t even know where to start with PPP, I signed up months and months ago and I still have not made a dime with them. First it took two months two get approved; I applied with PR blog with tons of traffic so I still don’t know what took them so long to approve me. Than when they approved me I was happy because I thought I was finally going to make money but they still have not sent me even 1 offer. My blog gets over 20k uniques a month and it is updated regularly with unique SEO content, apparently that is not good enough for them though. Don’t even apply or get your hopes up, it is total waste of time.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by CarolKK on December 20, 2009 at 10:21 AM CST

 
 
 
A waste of time

Since I was new at blogging, I had to wait a long time to even get accepted, and I still have not gotten any jobs. I have been with them for 6 months now, and I have not received anything. You have to have a popular blog in order to cash in on this opportunity. The other thing that I really don't like is that you have to wait a month for your entries to be approved and to be able to cash out. If you are an experienced blogger and you are on the first three pages of Google, then I would recommend this site. Give it a try and see where you end up. If you don't have a popular blog, then don't waste your time.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by carola21 on December 19, 2009 at 10:03 PM CST

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It was great at the start

I discovered Pay Per Post in the summer of 2006, back when it was just starting out. At the time, they weren't especially picky and there were numerous opportunities available to just about anyone with a blog. I think that out of the dozen or so posts I wrote for them that summer, only one got rejected. My brief honeymoon with Pay Per Post netted me about a hundred dollars, which isn't a ton of money but it's a lot more than I've made with them, or any similar service, since.

As the site grew, I expected my opportunities to grow with it and possibly start finally making a decent amount of money through blogging. Unfortunately, what happened is they changed their policy to exclude community blogs, and that excluded me. While my posts were literate and often creative, some of my fellow community bloggers were not nearly as concerned with quality and when I contacted the company about the policy change, they said they liked my posts but not my community so I'd be welcome back if I had my own blog. That led me to give up on them for a while, but I tried again a couple of years later with my own personal blog that I managed to maintain for long enough to get accepted back into their system. I was able to write one paid post - sponsored by the company itself - but I never got enough traffic to qualify for any other offers through the site. I haven't even looked at it for about a year, but judging by the previous comments it certainly hasn't gotten any easier, and basically if your blog is popular enough to qualify for consistent offers then it probably isn't worth the possibility of upsetting readers who don't want to read ads disguised as blog posts.
 
 


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avatar   by Ethan on December 18, 2009 at 10:18 PM CST

 
 
 
Above Average Paid Review Site

I just finished writing eight articles for PayPerPost and I wanted to review PayPerPost while it's still fresh in my mind.

I signed up for PayPerPost about six months or so ago and for the first month I didn't receive any offers whatsoever. After that first month I started to get many offers. So for those who are not getting any offers, just give it time, and I think you will be pleased by the offers you receive.

About the offer amounts you will most likely get; The offers I received on PayPerPost were varied a lot, meaning sometimes I would get paid a large amount, sometimes smaller.

I made sure I accepted most offers I received because you will get a rating based on how often you completed transactions. You will also have the ability to see what the buyers transaction rating is, n/a if they are new or haven't completed any business yet. The rating system is based on a percent of completions.

On the negative side, you will have to wait until you reach $50us before you can "cash out". PayPerPost pays with PayPal, which is nice, but you will have to wait a month ( sometimes less ) after you submitted the article for them to approve payment.

I would recommend you give PayPerPost a try, as it really is a great way to make some money from your blog if your having difficulty with other methods of monetization.
 
 


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avatar   by flint3099 on December 18, 2009 at 12:11 PM CST

 
 
 
Easy To Get In... But Picky!

I signed up to PPP SO LONG AGO! and I still haven't received an opportunity to make any money. I submitted my very active blogs and they accepted them, but I never got any jobs or emails. I signed up to them because I read a lot of good reviews and I wanted to make some money, but I guess that this is strictly for professionals and you have to be #1 on Google to make any money. On top of that, I waited 3 weeks to be approved and I was very excited about joining, but then I realized that I wasn't going to make any money. I don't recommended it because it is just a waste of time and they are so picky, so if your a newb at blogging, don't join!
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by Manbrown on December 15, 2009 at 9:51 PM CST

 
 
 
PPP is ok BUT

When I signed up for Pay Per Post Version 4, I was excited to begin writing for advertisers. Getting an approval for my blog was a cinch. So I waited and waited for the opportunities to come pouring in only, they never did! They said a publisher will receive an e-mail from them if an opportunity for which a blogger is qualified opens up. But I've been with them for months already and I haven't gotten any. I think they want blogs with very high PR and mine is just starting to climb up the rankings ladder.

I guess it's safe to say that if you're a newbie to blogging and want to get paid to post opportunities, looking into PPP won't be a good idea. Their platform, I believe, is designed for blogs which have been there and know all the tricks of the trade.

I'm still waiting for opportunities, but I'm not really expecting or getting my hopes up.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by crazyoverpurple on December 14, 2009 at 6:19 PM CST

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Not for beginners

When visiting the PPP, I felt everything would be running with ease. But it was a mistake. The reason I joined the service was because I saw quite a lot of interesting reviews about this site. First time registering, I was rejected on the grounds if the number of visitors and my PR (page rank) is too low. Then I started trying to improve the quality of my site. After almost 2 weeks, my account was approved. I started actively with the reviews on my site. 5 months since I have joined, until now I've never made payout. Perhaps the PPP is not recommended for a newbie like me.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by omdo on December 13, 2009 at 5:54 PM CST

 
 
 
Hard work for nada

I joined this site when blogging was the on it's rise. I went from making so much money in the beginning to making completely nothing now. This site went so downhill that I don’t even login anymore. Especially when Google removed the PR for all my sites. All Pay Per Post could come up with was that they will come up with a better product, and till this day I have not seen the better product. Then they let in a bunch of bloggers from India, after that nobody every made money on Pay Per Post again. Also they started grading the blogs. Through the company I lost some of my best work. All my hard work that took months of handwork and dedication is worthless now.
 
 


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avatar   by average2work on December 12, 2009 at 4:15 PM CST

 
 
 
Just a Total waste of time

I have been posting to this site for going on 9 months and I have not made a dime. I did not receive a response from anyone. At least that is what I am being told. I wish that there was a way to rate out the good companies from the bad. This will make working from home more easier. I never believed in companies that say you have to pay to get started, because 9 times out of 10, it is a rip off. They keep telling people the same thing and before you know it, they have made a killing off of the money that you invested.
 
 


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avatar   by ellis0895 on December 11, 2009 at 11:35 PM CST

 
 
 
Do Not Go There

I joined Pay Per Post when paid blogging was the rage on the net.

I have to admit that I made quite a bit of money in the beginning. After that it was all downhill.

First, Google removed the PR for all my sites. All PPP could come up with was they would come up with a better product. Then they let in a bunch of bloggers from India and one could never make any money after that.

Then, they started grading our blogs with no particular criteria. I lost 4 good blogs through this company.

I was left with a worthless blog that had taken years to build.

Sure, they have come up with various programs, but the way they treated me, I would never believe them again.

Whatever program they come up with, keep away from them. You will lose your time and who wants to do $3 blogs anyway?
 
 


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avatar   by jacquelineptn on December 11, 2009 at 9:18 PM CST

 
 
 
As a blogger it really helped me

I started Pay per Post when I started my blogging. It almost took 3 months for me to get my first payout. But once you are an experienced blogger you can earn through this very easily. May not be a good option for beginners, but a nice one for the experienced bloggers. When I advertised in Pay per post I can actually track how well my ad is doing. This gives a flexibility to change the site depending on the customer requirements.
 
 


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avatar   by Crystalkrand on December 11, 2009 at 8:30 PM CST

 
 
 
Not working for me

I have been a member of Pay per Post for more than half a year. Every time I open my account I get the same message "you haven't received any offers yet". And they give some "quality" advices to make my blog noticeable for advertisers. I tried more than once to follow them but it's just not working for me.

I read their FAQ and their help post and asked my friends for help because I thought I was doing something wrong. After two months I just gave up, it was not worth it. I found much better ways to make money and now I just check my account from now and then.
 
 


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avatar 3,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Expert   by Honiawa on December 10, 2009 at 5:56 PM CST

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It took me a lot of time to get approved

It took me a lot of time to get approved to Pay per Post. The reason for that is because they want a very high Google rank. I tried to apply last year but I was rejected twice. I heard a lot of good things about them so I decided not to give up. I worked more to improve my blog and to get more traffic. Recently I applied again and I was very happy to start working for them. They are very serious and I am able to make some extra money with them. The only problem is that I always need to take my laptop with me. If I don’t post for a while my blog will be categorized as inactive. Until now I was paid 100$.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by myraro on December 10, 2009 at 4:36 PM CST

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Pay Per Post

I recently tried to sign up to Pay Per Post (which took a few attempts to get accepted). Once there it didn't take long to get into the swing of things, relatively straightforward service. The only thing is I have still yet to receive any payment. There are definitely faster options out there, but this is just my experience. I will continue with this and update my comment if I get any results in the coming weeks.

But overall I would say it's worth a shot, just don't rely on anything too fast.
 
 


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avatar   by MRN on December 10, 2009 at 3:55 PM CST

 
 
 
Not for the bloggers

I joined PPP as a blogger and got accepted right away. But very soon I found out that actually making money with this is very hard and time consuming, VERY time consuming, in a way that you might spend hours and get almost nothing. Also, the 30 blogs rule is a real bummer.

If you have a very successful blog then PPP might be a nice money maker for you, but if you're a small time blogger and you don't own a blog with a lot of traffic this is just not worth the time, money, and effort.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by Arikrattlehead on December 10, 2009 at 2:56 PM CST

 
 
 
Good choice for popular blogs

I heard about the program several weeks ago and decided to try it out, since it seemed like an easy way of making money with my blog. But the hard thing was actually getting approved. Pay Per Post wanted a quite high google rank which is not an easy task to achieve. I was finally able to get approved, but still the requirements are quite harsh. This is definitely not the choice for beginners in blogging. As your rank goes higher, the more money you'll be able to make per post. But sometimes it just takes an awful lot of time for approving the posts. You will certainly need a good amount of time in order to start making money, since you must write quite often. Otherwise you're blog will be categorized as an inactive. I would recommend Pay Per Post mostly to people who are have popular blogs or else you won't be making any money. Forgot to mention that I've already got one payment of 72$.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by dido2905 on December 9, 2009 at 12:23 PM CST

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Simplistic Layout

I joined this website about six weeks ago. My first impression was quite negative as the whole website layout looks too simplistic to be taken seriously. I also think that the whole set up is not especially user friendly.

The page has a substantial "FAQ" section, but again the layout looks somewhat amateurish, and because you have to open each topic individually it is not really user friendly.

Payperpost sponsors blog based conversations, thus becoming the middleman between blogger and advertiser. It is a matching service, really.

I have so far created one opportunity, but am still waiting to assess the monetary results of this. Based on the financial results I will decide whether to continue with this program or not.
 
 


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avatar   by hellishere on December 8, 2009 at 2:41 PM CST

 
 
 
Complete headache PPP is

I signed on about three months ago as both an advertiser and a blogger. As an advertiser I got approved straight away but as a blogger I got rejected twice, but finally got approved the third time. The advertising part is good as you get the exact audience you really need and it was ok in the beginning. The problem I had with advertising was that I didn't get quality bloggers to help boost my site. I think they need to toughen up on the English language bit as it was awful the work that I had to grade so for that fact I liked that I had the choice of accepting or rejecting any given blogger.

But when it comes to the blogging part, I don't like the 30 blogging rule which annoys the living life out of me as I can't post more than three blogs at a time, and it's a headache trying to reach payout. I would recommend this to advertisers but not bloggers. I don't like the blogging bit as it's too complicated and not worth the time you'll put in and get little to nothing in return.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by jellymonty on December 8, 2009 at 2:20 PM CST

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I applied to Pay per Post a long time ago

I applied to Pay per Post a long time ago when I was just a beginner in blogging. I was rejected the first time. I tried again and this time I had more luck. I must say that I always got my payment on time. My only complaint is that it takes a lot of time and work to reach pay out. The website interface is very easy to use and I like the emails notifying me that there are new opportunities available. I recommend this especially to more experienced bloggers. As a beginner it might be difficult to get accepted and to reach pay out.
 
 


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avatar 10,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Guru   by stephany on December 8, 2009 at 2:10 PM CST

 
 
 
Works Great For Me!

I applied to Pay Per Post when I was a beginner blogger. I was of course rejected at the time. They have changed their rules and their site a little, so of course I reapplied with them. I have received many offers and have been paid only once, but I have been paid. I will have to admit that reaching the minimum payout isn't as easy as they would have you to believe, but the site itself is great. Their new platform is so much easier to navigate than the old one. I love the fact that as before I receive an email informing me that I have an opportunity available. I wouldn't recommend it to beginner bloggers, but if you are a veteran and enjoy blogging and want to get paid for it, then Pay Per Post is the place you want to be.
 
 


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avatar 5,000 Credits - Internet Marketing Master   by briward on December 8, 2009 at 10:52 AM CST

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I used PayperPost as an advertiser

I used PayperPost as an advertiser. I am very happy with the results. I think this is a great way to promote my digital product. At first I paid 10$ to create an opportunity. The system is very simple. All I had to do was to post a description and the word count. I also had to specify a maximum price I was willing to pay. I received a list of blogs that matched my criteria. Within 3 days I got my post. It was very well written, so I approved it. I like the fact that as an advertiser I can approve or reject a post. This way I am always pleased with the result.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by christin on November 28, 2009 at 4:19 PM CST

 
 
 
Not recommended for new bloggers

This program is actually ok. If you have got some great blogging skills and high ranked blogs, than this will surely earn you money. Now if you just started with blogging, than this is not for you. You won't get offers for months (if at all). Also the support is awful. The offers usually don't pay too much, but as I said before if you have a nice blog up and running you will get many offers which means you will earn a decent amount of money. So lets refresh shall we?

Are you an experienced blogger with a high ranked blog? Great than you should try this program out.

Are you just starting your first blog? Or are you just wanting to earn some money from this program with no blogging experience? Just don't try it! It is not what you are looking for!
 
 


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