4/26/08

Get Paid To Blog

Yes, you really can get paid to blog!

In an earlier post I mentioned that my freelance writing business is not my only income. I learned from a freelancing friend how to boost my business - she suggested aiming at more than one income into my business. So I decided to try and get as many streams of income into my business as possible so that I'm not always relying on just one check coming in.

Because I love to write it's only natural that I would choose to get paid to keep writing. That's when a friend got me onto
PayPerPost

These guys are amazing! You really do get paid to blog about the things you love. It's all so easy! Every day there are hundreds of people willing to pay others to blog. You can pick and choose your own choice of work, which means you can do as much or as little as you like. It also means you only have to write about the bits you want to write about!

PayPerPost have a really easy to follow website, so just join up, tell them the name of your blog and start getting paid for what you're already doing!

You get to choose what subject you want to blog about, and the
PayPerPost opportunities page is always packed with new blogging jobs just waiting for you to pick them up and get paid for them.

After all, if you're going to write in your blog anyway, you might as well get paid for it!

If you're looking to increase your writing income, then don't go past
PayPerPost and get paid to blog!



2 comments:

lissie said...

PayperPost cost me all the PR on my original blog - I never got it back, even when I took all the ppp posts down and asked for reconsideration by Google. Youre not being paid for your review - your being paid for the link which is why they don't allow "nofollow" links!

Don't do it unless you never want your blog to rank in the search engines

Bianca Raven said...

Wow. I didn't know this. I don't have any paid posts on this particular blog. This one was set up just to help writers. I use a different blog for my paid posting activities, but now I'll be a little more careful!

Thanks lissie.