I am still relatively new to the community of persoAnijke-rich financial blogs, and one thing I can say is that 9 out of 10 blogs that are out there genuinely want to share about our persoAnijke-rich financial battle and successes hoping to help each other. I hope those of you who read my blog think the same about this blog. Since we produce a large amount of quality information and content, I think we should take steps to monetize our blogs in a non-invasive manner.
One day I came across PayPerPost, a website that brings bloggers and advertisers together. In short, the way the website works is that you search for relevant ads for your blog. Then you blog about that advertisement and they pay you a fixed amount per blog post. In the beginning I was very skeptical, because I didn’t want people to think that every post I wrote was an advertisement. But when I read their terms and conditions, I developed respect for the company. The rules for PayPerPost are simple. Your blog must first be approved. Then you may only receive a reimbursement for a maximum of 3 messages per day. This eliminates the people who just create a blog and create posts that are completely related to advertisements. You also cannot have consecutive ad-related posts on your blog. Finally, they will not approve your post if your blog does not last longer than 90 days.
These terms and conditions assured me that this is a legitimate enterprise that does not want to destroy the blog communities by flooding them with advertising posts. Many of the ads could create value in blogs, as readers can take advantage of some of the companies that are involved. Again, no one will get rich from participating in this company, but it’s just a non-invasive way to make a small coin on your blog to reduce the cost of web hosting and the time it takes to write a quality mail to be covered.
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