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I have taken a part-time job, and it's definitely affecting my blogging time. I'll continue to post here as I am able.

Saturday, December 12, 2009

Signed Up with Vertical Blogger

I received an email yesterday about an "opportunity" called Vertical Blogger. I'm always a bit wary of things like this, but I have signed up, and will see what it brings my way.

The way it is supposed to work is that "advertisers will post suggestions for blog articles. Each post needs to have a maximum of 250/300 words and will pay around £25-30 per blog. Each blog can post one article per campaign per month as long as it fits into the sector of the advertiser's campaign."

What does that mean? You choose ONE category of primary interest for your blog (you may have multiple blogs in different categories). When there are articles available on those topics you can select one and write about it. Then you get paid. Those are significant amounts they are promising per article. I don't know if they can keep that up.

It is still in Beta, and there are no articles to write posted yet.

Well, I don't know how that will work out in the long run, but they didn't ask for any information I wasn't willing to give, so I signed up. You can too, if you want.

Vertical Blogger

web ad income Dec 10 (4 blogs, 2 web sites, writing):
Adsense $.46
Adgitize $.82
Project Wonderful $.02
Clixsense $.03
My Survey $.05
Neobux $.045
Total: $1.43


Bachrum said...

I think that this is Pay per Post site. my concern is the blog pagerank, is this program will effect our PR..?

Thank for your response...

Sharkbytes (TM) said...

Not sure yet, but signing up can't hurt. Then I can see what happens down the road.

cornyman said...

Strange, i got the same e-mail like you for Vertical Blogger.

Now i wonder, from whom do they have our e-mail address??

Sharkbytes said...

Well, my email has been plastered all over the internet for years, so I just don't waste time wondering about such things. If you are more protective of your address, it's a really good question.