December 10th, 2006

Ok, So I Talk About PayPerPost a Lot

Yes, I am having fun posting for these guys. But if you want to check it out, you might enjoy reading their blog. It will give you a good feel for the overall craziness of the company. They share quite a bit of information about what’s happening with the company.

Don’t care what they’re doing as a company? How about what they’re doing to their bloggers? Just in fun they started a Rap Smackdown right there in the blog. There have been some hilarious results from that one, and it’s all in good fun.

You’ll also get bits of practical information. There was a post yesterday about how the search engines are likely to view paid posts. That’s one of those things you’ll really want to consider if you get into paid blogging.

Go on over and take just a few minutes browsing the blog. It’s a great way to get a feel for the company.

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December 9th, 2006

PayPerPost Finally Got Their Affiliate Program Going Better

From the beginning, PayPerPost has had an offer to pay people who brought in bloggers who actually complete a post. But they’ve improved it now.

The original payment was $5 and the signup had to put in your email address. Pretty clunky, and no motivation for the signup to actually note that you were their referrer. Don’t have to do it that way anymore.

You can see it off to the right here on this blog… might have to scroll down a little but it is there. Click on that, sign up with PayPerPost and yes, I get paid. $15. Nice improvement over $5.

I’ve been enjoying paid blogging quite a bit. It’s not the best money I’ve earned online, but it’s been the easiest and probably the most definite. All I have to do is write good posts about the particular topics, leave them up for 30 days and get paid for it. Oh, and put an unpaid post between each paid one. That can be pretty important.

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December 6th, 2006

Another Reason Why PayPerPost is Just So Much Fun

I just checked out RockStartUp, a site about starting PayPerPost. They call it a web reality show, which should give you an idea as to what it’s about; that is, the reality of how PayPerPost is being run. As I already knew from the forums, they have a lot of fun.

Just two episodes are up so far. However, some of the team have done “confessionals” where they talk about working at PayPerPost or whatever appeals to them at the time.

I had fun watching the first episodes, as there are only two up so far, not counting the confessionals. But they plan to show a whole lot more… Postie Patrols, anything that happens in the office, meetings, contests… these people can be just plain nuts so I would expect the unexpected too.

Stuff like this is why I like PayPerPost so well. I’m involved with a couple of other pay for blogging companies, but no one else provides as many opportunities to work or as much fun, at least out of the three I’ve tried so far. Read the rest of this entry »

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December 1st, 2006

Want Someone to Plan Your Child's Birthday Party?

Personally, NO!

Of course, I’m the kind of mom who still remembers how easy it is to please kids. I also enjoy expressing my creativity, and that means planning the party, baking and decorating the cake at home and so forth. But I will admit it’s not for everyone.

There are services such as Oogles N Googles that will plan children’s birthday parties for you. They have all kinds of themes to choose from. A fair number of locations too, although none in my state at all.
I will admit that Ariel would no doubt enjoy the Once Upon a Time theme, especially if she could get them to call her Rapunzel. Just a little obsession of hers right now. Read the rest of this entry »

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December 1st, 2006

Know Any Translators?

Much like the voice over websites I’ve mentioned in previous posts, now I’ve found out there’s a site for translators. However, I don’t know any translators who could check them out for me, so I’m going to tell you about it, and if you know a translator, hope you tell them about it.

I would imagine that Translation Services have just as much potential as a way to work at home as doing voice overs. It doesn’t take all that much special equipment.

No, my husband still hasn’t gotten around to going through the sites like I asked him to. I’ll keep on his case, of course. But I hope that if any of you do translation and decide to try out this site you’ll take the time to share your experience with me and anyone else who reads this blog.

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