This is for you.
At some point in time, you signed up for PayPerPost under one of my referral codes. As luck may have it, they have recently raised my referral credit from $7.50 to $15.00 now, having a few $7.50 potential referral fees sitting idle is one thing, but having TEN $15.00 referral fees sitting idle is a whole ‘nother thing.
Now, let me explain a little something. PayPerPost is the absolute easiest way to make money that exists. First of all, you get $20 just for announcing that you signed up. You can choose how much $ you want to make by setting minimum posts. Just set up a blog- any random blog about anything on the planet. Here’s a secret- with Blogger you can create a random blog and then back date a month’s worth of posts, or whatever they require- to make it work. I think they want you to have at least ten posts in the past 30 days.
You do NOT have to use your “‘real” blog- you can make a special dummy one just for this purpose. A shopping blog, or a healthcare blog or a blog about your mortgage woes- whatever it is, it doesn’t matter. If you’re worried about offending your readers with a sudden change in content, then just use a different blog.
Last year I made over $400 at PayPerPost . Whenever I’m bored with other writing, or whenever I remember to go there, I just pick up alittle job. Today I had to write about a place that compares web hosting companies, for $8.50. What a refreshing thing because I was just in the midst of switching web hosts & wanted to be sure that I was choosing the company that best meets my needs. WHEW- I was.
Anyways, if you’re still not sure how it works, I went ahead and made a little video for you- to walk you through the steps of adding your blog and then taking your first post. To be honest, if you hate the whole experience, you never have to take another. I just want my referral bonus, and I want you to love however you’re making a living. So- here’s the video. If you haven’t signed up at PayPerPost yet, it’s time to get busy.
If you have any questions, let me know. I don’t look at it like a fulltime job, or a long term source of income, but there are people there who do, and they are making over $40k a year- you should check out their highest earners.