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May 25th, 2010

Blogvertise

Money at hand
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Another source of income for bloggers is Blogvertise. Advertisers pay you to talk about their product or service on your blog, thus creating buzz for them. You are paid per task followed in detailed instructions.

How Blogsvertise Works:

1. We assign tasks to registered members with the internet website address and what to talk about on their blog. The topics/tasks will be simply emailed to you once your account registration is approved. Click Here to Register for Free

2. You write up an entry in your blog about the internet advertiser however you want! You can review the site, compliment it, relate to it somehow in your daily life, or even complain about it, and link to the website in your blog/journal entry. Click Here to Login & Check Tasks

3. In exchange blogsvertise Pays YOU in paypal per blog entry, for writing about the advertisers web site. Payouts are automatically sent to you after your entry is approved and the payout period has passed.

Basically, Blogvertise gets a request and sends it out to the first five bloggers that meet the advertiser’s qualifications. You then have five days to accept or decline the work. If you decline or wait longer than five days to make a decision, it is then assigned to someone else. Blogvertise will accept blogs on a proabationary period if you are new but they really prefer blogs with a page rank.

Do not expect to get rick from this program. But, more importantly, do not accept every opportunity presented just to make a quick buck. In fact, since I registered back in March, I have only had one opportunity offered for this blog and I declined it because I did not feel that it was a good fit even though it would have been an easy $5 to try to fake it to fit.  Remember to allows stay on topic of your blog.

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