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If participating in PayPerPost wasn’t questionable enough morally before, today it’s now a poisoned chalice as Google has commenced punishing PayPerPost bloggers by completely removing their page rank. IZEA (the new holding company for PayPerPost) CEO Ted Murphy is not surprisingly calling foul on the move, claiming that it’s part of some sort of censorship conspiracy by Google. Better still Murphy claims that it’s part of Google’s attempts to deny competition because PayPerPost is a “a very attractive alternative” to Adsense. Murphy goes on to claim that TechCrunch should be punished ...
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Earning Money With PayPerPost And Your Blog :How To Start My Blog
I promised a couple of weeks ago a series based on ways to turn your blog into a money making machine, so about time I actually started to put down the ideas! So, to start with, my most successful and probably my favourite way to monetise a blog is via I’ve already talked in a lot of detail on these pages about using PayPerPost , so what is it that makes it so good? Well the latest version, PPP4, is just an open market place between bloggers and advertisers. There are absolutely no acceptance criteria, other than you own a blog. That blog might have been created 10 minutes ago on a free system and you can ... market research, surveys and trends
Make Money Blogging :IM Slant
Would you like to make money blogging? There are a lot of people earning extra cash and even making a living blogging, and you can too. First, you need to come up with a topic people are interested it. The topic has to be one you know a lot about or enjoy. To become a successful blogger, you must provide useful content and update the blog regularly. You can either start your own blog, join a blog community or join a blog network. Your Own Blog If you want to start your own blog, there are many places to host your blog for free such as You can also buy your own domain from sites like and pay ... market research, surveys and trends


Controversial PayPerPost Raises $3 million
The service is a marketplace for advertisers to pay bloggers to write about products for a fee. Commenters to our original post were polarized into those violently for and those againt the product. The key area of controversy is the fact that advertisers can mandate that posts be positive on the product, and disclosure of payment is optional for the blogger (screen shot at end of post shows sample available writing opportunities). The controversy didn’t stop venture capitalists from quickly jumping on board, though. On Tuesday PayPerPost will announce a $3 million round of financing led by Inflexion Partners and with ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
FTC May Regulate PayPerPost
I thought PPP already made the move on requiring disclosure. If they haven’t, it would be a damn good idea to start working on it NOW. Seriously…you have like 10 ads on TechCrunch! We come here to read about new stuff…not listen to your cry about PPP. I’m this close to never coming back here because of this garbage and I’m sure others as well. Hi Michael, I’m at the WORD OF MOUTH MARKETING ASSOCIATION (WOMMA) event in DC. A lady from the FTC spoke about the ruling. Essentially, they are taking the view that if you paid for it, you are liable for what people say, and that if it is not ... industry trends, business articles and survey research


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Mano Singham's Web Journal: Spam comments dilemma
My policy with comments to the blog is to leave them unmoderated. So anyone can post any comment any time without getting prior approval from me. My feeling is that people have a right to express their opinion. So even though there seem to be some people who scan the web to find anything even remotely related to their pet topic and then post very long screeds about their pet theory that has only marginal relevance to my post, I have let those comments stand, not wanting to be in the position of censor. But one problem with such an open-door policy is that it allows for spam comments to fill up the comments section. One of the ...
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I've just started blogging and am fascinated by the recent announcement of, a site that appears to offer me money to write favorably about products from specific advertisers. Even without any traffic to my weblog at all, I can now make at least a few bucks to pay for hosting and perhaps even a nice dinner once a month with my g/f. What's your take on the service, Dave, and are you going to sign up? Dave's Answer: Actually, the blogosphere has been quite abuzz with debate on this subject, almost all abject criticism. For example: Pete Blackshaw writes "We're on the cusp of a tragedy of the ...
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I don't think it is worth it... just put out good content and get the word out about your site and then the money will come in 2 years ago There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register . Member since: February 29, 2008 Total points: 10690 (Level 6) I don't have an answer for you, but is there a blog that will give you the answers to your question? Also, what is PAYPERPOST.COM never heard of it, and what is it for? 2 years ago Member since: March 14, 2008 Total points: 313 (Level 2) I have not used the service personally at ...