The Etsy seller who introduced Payperpost told us that this was her new way of making a bit of money on the side of her craft business that allowed her to breakeven during the tougher selling months... so I thought well why not have a go, being paid to blog would work very well for me. So here's my run down of Payperpost and below are a few links that will send you right to the site if you think this could help you too.
Here is PPP's Payperpost's FAQ page
Here's where to sign up Payperpost for Bloggers
Payperpost has a number of different options for bloggers;
- you can blog about a website, product or service from a choice of advertisers by category... so far I have seen payment offers of between $5-20 per post.
- you can ask to be hired by a company as a blog reviewer... you get to set your own rate ($) per post.
- you can also review blogs from other people in the community too. Simply look for the logo . My contributions for review can be found under my 'PPP contributions' tab, here on the blog at PPP contributions and I earned $7.50 for reviewing someone else's post.
Some bloggers have reported earning of up to $200 per month, but for this you would need to daily post and be happy to review any product and service on offer... realistically I think I may earn around $50 per month, looking at my chosen category of adverts so far... but hey that's not to be sniffed at, right?! It will all come in very handy! And maybe as I get more involved in the site that figure could increase.
The other great thing about working with Payperpost is that I can work when I want to and when I need to... now I don't know of any other job that could work like this for me!
Here is my official blog post sponsor logo
Review this post for me at and paid!