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Get Paid to Blog?

I’ve always heard about blogging and how easy people earn big money through blogging.
I would consider myself still a newbie to this.
I’ve started to learn about what is “Open Opportunities”, which is by seeing the opportunities for my particular blog.
Then, I’d need to “Reserve This Opportunity” to start blogging about the opportunity given.

I like blogging.
Why not get paid to blog?
Now, I’m trying out on paying post, which is a blog advertising site.

There’s a lot to learn, like finding the ‘right’ time to reserve an opportunity and as well as blogging to meet the requirements of the particular opportunity.
Making money is never easy. But, if we enjoy doing that, I don’t find it a problem.
Could we make make money blogging?
Never try, never know.

Another thing to know is writing the right keywords.
That would somewhat boost our Google ranking or Alexa Ranking.
And, not forgetting, to ask our ‘loyal blog followers’ to consistently view and support our blog.

Most bloggers have Disclosure badge.
It may be required in some of the opportunities.

One challenging thing about that we have to complete writing our posts within 4 hours, else it’d get rejected, just like my first time doing so. We better be quick then, and it’s really hard if we are in the midst of working or studying.

I guess, it’s so much easier for companies to advertise through blogs.
World wide web is a huge place, could be bigger than the universe.
It’s one cheaper way of doing advertisements, and a different way of marketing strategy, or you can call it blog marketing.

Let’s do it!
It’s a new beginning for Paying Post!


Anonymous said…
The reliability and credibility of the Alexa Rankings have often been subject to differences. There are opinions that the Alexa ranking is far more credible and true for the sites below 10,0000 than that for the ones above it. Another factor that proves to be a major drawback of the Alexa rankings is that the rankings are governed by the Alexa toolbar and the Alexa toolbar users community. All the browser types are not taken into account as far as the rankings are concerned. As for example the Alexa rankings does not work in Windows Vista even though the latter has a huge user base and is highly popular.
meiyi said…
which means...?

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