Well it took me a hell of a long time but I finally got accepted onto the Pay Per Post review network. I must have applied about twenty times and they kept declining me each time but now I am in! Wooo! It feels like I have really accomplished something, like climbing a huge mountain or saving a life!

For those of you who have not got the foggiest idea what I am rambling on about (which is basically every post I make!) Pay Per Post is a review network that you join and advertisers pay you money for writing blog reviews on your own blog.

Pay Per Post is not like other networks, for a start when you are accepted they give your blog a score and this score will determine which review opportunities (known as opps) you will be allowed to bid for. I believe this has been done to stop small blogs bidding for everything and spoiling it for the rest of us.

If you wish to do this type of thin then I suggest that you sign up to Pay Per Post as soon as possible (you can do it via this link here). They have hundreds of opps on offer, as I write this they have 109 on offer and more are added and removed every single day.


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Dean Saliba is a freelance writer, professional blogger, media enthusiast, dirty football player and huge professional wrestling fan who covers a wide range of subjects and niches including, making money online, traffic generating, pro wrestling, blog reviews, football, how-to guides, music, internet marketing and more.

5 thoughts on “I Finally Got Accepted By Pay Per Post!

  1. To be honest I lost my PR before I was even accepted into PPP’s network.

    I’ve seen other blogs with PRs going up to 5 who openingly advertise that they are on PPP and their PRs have not dropped.

    Thanks for dropping by. 🙂

  2. Sadly although that is true I have since soured on them since they are incredibly controlling

    I am making a nice amount of bunce without them now. 🙂

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