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A whole new world to blogging

*THIS IS A PAID POST* Payperpost remains to be one of the biggest and largest website of its kind. One day, while chomping on a piece of Korean KimChi, it suddenly occurred to me that I should be making full use of my blog…my skill at writing at just about anything. What I love about PayPerPost is the fact that it gives me the chance to practice my skill….after all, I am a freelance writer and I should be able to write about anything under the sun. How can you not hear about PayPerPost because it’s everywhere! Many of my friends have decided to do it and some of them are earning truckloads of money just writing about these stuff! So, I figured….why the hell not, right? This is a piece of cake for me! Through the experience of writing and blogging for money, I’ve learned a lot, especially about blog ethics. This is a very delicate issue in the blog community and thank goodness, PayPerPost have a very strong backbone guideline on this one so that no one abuses anything and everyone benefits! This didn’t happen overnight, of course, because I toyed around with the idea for some time before actually signing up for an account with PPP. The advantage of earning some extra pocket money for my love of books can’t be bad and PPP have given me the opportunity to do! I guess Paypal opened the door for folks like me in Malaysia. It’s a whole new world for me. If you’ve got tips on how to blog for money without affecting the integrity of my website, please share because I would like to know too! And if you’re toying with the idea of blogging for money, the safest way to do it is to do it with a big company….PPP just makes sense. ***

Comments

Kenny Mah said…
How exactly does it work? (Curious Kenny...)
Marsha M said…
well, all you have to do is to go www.payperpost.com, register for an account and if your blog qualifies, you get some 'open opportunities' that you can write on. once you write about it, put all the links and stuff into it, you put the information in lor.

then they will come and do some 'INSPECTION' and review your blog entry before they approve it. then later on, they pay you lor.

quite simple lah but had some trouble earlier because don't know the rules. still don't know a lot of the rules, actually. still feeling around the place for now.

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