All about Get Paid to Blog
There are a lot of companies which will pay you for writing articles
for your blog. The advertisers will specify how much they want to
pay for an article and also how many words it needs to be and any
links that you need to have included in the article. Most sites seem
to pay anything from $5. The amount that you get paid can depend on
how Google ranks your site and sometimes how Alexa ranks your site.
Some sites specify that you need to have a blog which is more than
90 days old and some do not mind how old the site is.
Pay per Post
This site requires that your blog is more than 90 days old. You are
allowed to accept 3 opportunities a day and must have an unpaid blog
article in between any paid articles that you have on your blog. If
you make a mistake and do not therefore fit the requirements of the
advertiser you get a warning and explanation of what you need to change
in order to get paid.
This site is quite different to most Paid to blog sites. When you
submit your blog for approval, you also decide how much money you
want to be paid for the articles that you write (you can change this
amount). The advertisers state how much they are willing to pay for
an article (such as $5-$50) and you make a offer which has to be the
amount you have specified earlier. Then the advertiser will choose
whether to accept or decline your offer.
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