PPP is the easiest way to make money by blogging

Recently PayPerPost has introduced a new segmentation system to improve their services for bloggers and advertisers alike.

I’ve to admit at first I was scared and skeptical of this move because It sounds as if I will be sidelined by the move that PPP made and loose out all the beefy opportunities to old timers. I don’t put much hope of earning through PPP after the new scheme.

I was wrong.

The latest segmentation system introduced by PPP was fantastic! The number of opportunities high-paying opportunities unbelieavable, previously the highest paid opps that I ever encountered was around USD50-100, but now I see open opportunities offerings up to USD1000!

This is significant because before that the highest opps that I was able to get was only for USD20… once.

But yesterday alone, I was able to earn USD75 just by writing a single review, and I was able to get grab another USD12 opportunity just by writing a 100 word review… easy isn’t it?

Compared to ReviewMe, PPP offerings is much more attractive to bloggers because I can take active roles in grabbing opportunities compared to sit-and-wait-till-we-contact-you method used by ReviewMe.

What’s in for advertisers?
The new segmentation system benefit advertisers too :) as they can decide who should be able to take their opportunities by fine-tuning their requirements.

The cost of posting opps in PPP is attractive to advertisers where PPP only charges 35% service fees compared to ReviewMe which charges 100% markup, the low service fee means that you can use the rest of the money to fund your blog marketing buzz campaign.

PayPerPost helps me to make money blogging.

If you don’t want to be left out, then dont forget to signup with PayPerPost today and start earning by blogging now.

5 Replies to “PPP is the easiest way to make money by blogging”

  1. whenever someone visits that site, the registered owner makes money, it’s called traffic. For every person that visits these sites and every sale that these sites make, the owner is paid a commission. Which pretty much sums up what this Jeff Paul program is

  2. This is a great article and has been one of those ‘lightbulb’ moments that you get occassionaly. I’m not sure if the blog bubble though will burst much like the dotcom boom of the mid nineties, interesting views and ideas though.

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