Friday, March 09, 2007
posted by PabloPabla at 11:55 am

Have you reviewed my post? But firstly, this goes to those who are not already a PayPerPost Postie. If you are not, why don't you review my post, any post, and get paid for doing so? It's simple really. You can criticize the contents of my post and say what a crappy blogger I am going on and on about this PayPerPost thingy or you can say how much you admire me for writing such interesting stuff on my blog. Ahem!

Of course, I must also disclose that whilst you get paid for whacking me or admiring me, I also get paid the same amount. Afterall, if you are going to whack me, I must be paid some compensation for the injuries in reputation sustained...if at all I have any reputation here in the blogosphere in the first place. It is a win-win situation. You get the satisfaction of getting paid for whacking me and I get compensated for that.

Being open and truthful, I would also say that when you actually review my post, I will increase blog traffic in a way or another. How is that so? Well, when you write something like "That PabloPabla of has got nothing else to write but just sponsored posts all over the place and he is so money minded!". That kind of writing will bring attention to this blog and therefore, there is a possibility that your readers would want to check out who is this money minded PabloPabla and click on my link.

But really, all is not lost. This useful "Review My Post" programme allows bloggers who do not wish to write sponsored post to earn money simply by allowing the "Review My Post" badge at the end of their usual posts. If somebody decides to review their posts, they get paid. Meanwhile, their blog is free of sponsored posts.

So, what are you waiting for? Start whacking or better still, tell the world why you admire me...I might just decide to share my commission with you ;)



At 12:28 pm, Blogger Mumsgather

Hiya. I hope you don't mind but I've just tagged you. If you've got the time do let your blog readers know what are your favourite things?