May 31, 2007

Payperpost Direct

* Intro to Payperpost Direct (0:00 - 0:13)

* Reviewme vs Payperpost Direct explained (0:14 - 3:02)

* Tips on how to write for advertisers (3:03 - 3:36)

* Advantages for beginner & intermediate bloggers (3:37 - 4:11)

* Wrap up (4:12 - 4:36)

I've recently signed up blogging with Payperpost Direct and I will have to say that Payperpost really have done their own homework to attack their competitor Reviewme. Obviously whenever there's more competition into the world of companies fighting to get quality bloggers, we as bloggers get to rake it some good cash. A quick background explaination on Payperpost for those of you who are not familiar with them, Payperpost was originated initially with the slogan of get paid to blog. As one of the pioneers in that field, Payperpost is very well faimilar with bloggers and this will only enhance their visibility throughout the blogosphere.

If you have read my previous post on Reviewme, you would know that I'm a big fan of Reviewme but however, I do believe that Payperpost brings up a lot of negotiations onto the table and it'll be interesting to see how it pans out over time. You can read about my opinions about Payperpost Direct with my video blog above today.

Payperpost Direct's strongest point is pointing out that they charge some 35% to 85% cheaper to their advertisers versus Reviewme for potentially the same review thus it makes perfect sense to switch to Payperpost Direct. It then provides bloggers with the possibilities to generate more profit and charges advertisers less to get reviewed by a blogger of their choice. By expanding the pool of advertisers for bloggers always benefit bloggers. Those of us that had not receive reviews from Reviewme to do can now have a chance to get looked at by additional advertisers offered by Payperpost Direct. Will this trigger a new round of cost wars and beat down from Reviewme? I don't know, but one thing that's for sure is that us bloggers will benefit as a result and Payperpost Direct is definitely something I recommend looking into!


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