Monetize your Website/Blog with Sponsored Blog Posts - How Do You Join a Paid Blogging Network?
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Chances are that if you can navigate your way through the Internet with little trouble or if you’ve run your own website or blog, you’ll find that joining a blogging network is a breeze. Once you’ve done your homework and settled on a paid blogging network, it’s as simple as filling out an online form and giving the network the web address to your blog. Paid blogging networks often have certain criteria that blogs must meet before they are allowed to join the network. The most common criteria pertain to how long the blog has been online; many require that your blog be at least three months old. Make sure that you’re aware of these stipulations before choosing a paid blogging network.
You’ve Joined a Network, What Happens Next?
It often takes a few days before your blog is approved by the network, and when it is, you will receive offers one of two ways, depending on the site. The first way allows you to browse the site’s “marketplace,” which is a compilation of all of the network’s advertisers as well as details on what products/websites they have available for review. The second way to receive blogging offers is as easy as it gets: you simply wait for them to arrive in your e-mail inbox or site dashboard.
Once you’ve decided on a specific order, you must write the blog post according to the sometimes very specific instructions given by the site and/or advertiser. Once you’ve written the piece, all that is left to do is publish it online and then inform the network of the page URL. Often this can be done through a user interface located on the network site after you’ve logged in. Depending on the size, popularity and niche of your blog, a single blog post can earn anywhere from $5 to $500. Once your post is approved by the network, you will receive payment according to a stipulated time frame.
With a little research and know-how, you will find that there are countless ways to earn an income with your website or blog. This is just one option for someone looking to capitalize on something they already love doing: blogging.
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