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PayPerPost Review At Sabahan.com

Posted on 23rd February, 2007

I am thinking of joining ReviewMe and experiment with pay per post review on Sabahan.com.

Like I said in one of my earlier posts, I feel it’s OK for commercial blogs to use this service but caution must always be exercised because your readers expect some level of subjectivity.

What I like about ReviewMe is that the blogger is required to disclose whether a post is a paid advertisement or not. He can freely write positive or negative reviews and give their honest opinion.

One blog that I see has used pay per post review effectively is JohnChow.com. Of course I’ll only review products or services that I feel will benefit my readers. The post topics should be those that match what I usually blog about.

Tell me what you think and your experience with pay per post if you’ve participated in it.

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  • calvin says:

    Gaman, go for it. I think it worth a try and there are chances of being reviewed by established, well known bloggers. Go for it.

  • Joneh says:

    a reviewer.. as always gaman. 😉

  • menj says:

    You should try PayPerPost (http://www.payperpost.com) instead of ReviewMe, I have yet to receive even a single offer from ReviewMe. With PayPerPost and with a good PR/Alexa rating like your blog, you will get a higher offer than whatever ReviewMe can offer you. PPP enforces disclosure so there are no issues with that.

    – MENJ

  • maybe someone should review payperpost and reviewme by comparison

  • weirdoux says:

    gaman,

    there’s nothing wrong with it because the disclosure is there. As for me, i can see that it will not give an effect to my loyal visitor.

    having a good blog and a good payperpost review will give us 2 benefit in a time.

    try it gaman. i already make -+RM1000.00 from it. that’s from one blog only. I have more than 2 blogs.

    anyway, it’s still “make money online , isn’t it?”

    about reviewme: never thought of it anymore!

  • Kay Kastum says:

    Payperpost is what I have been waiting for. Not much earned yet though since just started. But there’s money!!

  • timbul tenggelam says:

    Gaman,
    test first as i do.
    i am using my site to test,test,and test ,
    and… and my income is timbul tenggelam 🙂
    Hehehe,

  • Sounds like Payperpost is more promising than ReviewMe. Will definitely try it.

    Since joining ReviewMe about 5 months ago, only managed to get one request for review. It was from ShoeMoney.com. Since my site was lowly ranked, they paid me only US20 for the review. Anyway, it only took me about an hour to write which I don’t mind for $20 bucks. If only there were more requests!

    For those interested to look at the Review, check it out. Shoe Money Review

  • wizvax says:

    I heard people making good money with Payperpost. I’ll try it for sure.

  • Gaman says:

    I’ve applied for payperpost but they are not sending the confirmation email.

    My email about this issue hasn’t received a response.

  • unTECHy says:

    I’ve come up with a sneaky way to use Payperpost without burdening my readers and Subscribers with sponsored posts.

    (Works with WP 2.3.3)

    I’ve installed a plugin called “Category Visibility-iPeat Rev.” I’ve also created a directory called “sponsored” for my blog. Using the Category Visibility plugin, anything sent to the Sponsored directory gets removed from the front page, search results, and RSS. The category does still show up in my categories section, and the posts are visible that way for anyone who would be interested in actually reading them.

    With this setup, the posts follow the rules set forth by PPP, but they are somewhat hidden from my actual readers.

    I’m happy ($), PPP is happy, and my readers are happy.

  • eri says:

    i heard many people already make happy with this PPP. I want to try and hope can earn money from this method.

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