16th May 2012 | Comments
Writing paid posts, also called Sponsored Posts, is by-far the most straight-forward way to monetize your blog. After reaching a mutual agreement with the advertiser, you write for them, they pay you. To simplify the process a bit more, a middle-man company may be involved that provides a marketplace for advertisers and bloggers to meet. In such cases, the middle-man company also takes it’s cut.
If you want to get started with, or expand, paid blogging here’s a list of web services that pay you to blog.
Earn cash by writing honest reviews about our advertiser’s products and services. Write reviews in your own tone and style, and gear them to your audience’s interest.
2. Link Post
Unlike some other services, Link Post pays their Partners up to 70% for each LinkPost written. Access to thousands of advertisers hungry for reviews. A variety of payment options. Receive payouts monthly by check, PayPal, direct deposit, or Wire. Automated advertising management. An easy way to sell paid blog posts.
3. Review Me
Get paid $20 – $200 to review products and services on your site. You control what you review.
The more abstracts you post at Shvoong, the more chances you have to attract readers. Create link to your abstract elsewhere (on blogs, forums, your personal homepage, or other sites). Spread the word by joining their “Invite a friend” and/or “Affiliates” programs, and earn bonuses equivalent to the invite members’ royalties, upto $100 for every new writer.
PayPerPost.com is an online marketplace that connects you directly with advertisers who will pay you to write blog posts about their products, services and websites on your own blog. Advertisers offer you “Opportunities” and you have the option of accepting, declining or negotiating with them. Think of it like eBay for sponsored blog posts.
Once approved, your blog goes into the assignment queue. The blogsvertise administrator then assigns writing tasks for what our advertisers want you to mention in your blog.
We connect you with advertisers that are interested in sponsoring your blog, you post to your blog and get paid!
Do you write sponsored posts? If yes, which middle-man company do you use? Suggest it to us in the comments and we’ll add it to this list.