How to Earn Money With Pay Per Post
By Cellina LaForey
Anyone with a blog looking for ways to make money should consider signing up with Pay Per Post. Pay Per Post is a great way for bloggers to make money doing what they do best, blogging. Pay Per Post offers several ways for bloggers to make money.
In order to have a blog approved for Pay Per Post, the blog must have been in existence for a minimum of 30 days, with a minimum of 10 regular posts. Pay Per Post wants to ensure that bloggers are consistently blogging and that the blog is not a fake created to exploit paid-for blogging sites.
Once you've met the minimum requirement, submit your blog to Pay Per Post for approval. The approval process can take anywhere from 24 hours to a week.
Upon approval, you may use Pay Per Post’s referral option to earn money. When your referrals sign up and begin blogging in accordance with Pay Per Post’s terms and conditions, you will earn money from the referral logs.
Claim blogging assignments. Another way to earn money with Pay Per Post is to claim assignment from advertisers that want bloggers to blog about their product or service. Once you claim the service or product, you have a certain amount of time in which to complete the assignment and submit it for approval and payment.
Through the Pay Per Post Direct feature, bloggers can earn money via direct contact with advertisers. In order to solicit direct contact, the blogger must install the Pay Per Post Direct code on their blog, enabling advertisers to select and hire them. The blogger has a certain amount of time in which to complete the Pay Per Post Direct assignment. Once the assignment is completed, the advertiser must approve or reject the post within four days and pay the blogger
- One paid-for blogging requirement is that you must insert a link for a particular image in the polls. Always adhere to the instructions as set forth by the advertiser.
- Be careful when selecting post assignments. It’s best to select assignments that are in line with the topic of your blog. You want to retain your blog’s authenticity and keep your readers coming back.
After spending over 20 years writing for businesses in both the insurance and technology industries, Cellina LaForey now spends her time as a freelance writer. The time she spent working with Fortune 100 companies has provided the experience necessary to easily transition into full-time writing.