There are dozens of paid review services on the web that will pay bloggers to generate content on their own properties with anchored links pointing back to the advertiser. Blogvertise is one of the more reliable services as they provide volume in terms of writing assignments and are usually on time with payments.
Paid review services such as Blogvertise, have always been under scrutiny as bloggers often complain that they’re not receiving enough assignments or that they’re unhappy with being paid on NET 30 terms.
Blogvertise has a platform in which advertisers have the ability to select web properties that they’d like their content to appear. The criteria is based on niche, page rank, blogger response rating, and staff rating. Blogvertise performs some level of diligence when approving blogs, but ultimately it’s up to the advertisers to select where there content will be placed.
Are you wondering how I came up with the $12,775 figure on estimated Blogervise earnings? I’ve assumed an average payout of $10.00 per post (conservative) with a frequency of 3.5 submitted posts per day. $35.00 per day x 365 days = $12,775. Payouts will not make you rich, but have the ability offset costs or reduce capital risks in other areas of your business.
1: If you own auto blogs or use plug-in’s such as WP-Robot, advertisers will be interested in sending assignments your way as there’s usually depth and PR associated with sites that have high posting frequencies. Most of the time advertisers will direct the blogger to write 2-3 paragraphs about their product, service, or an offer that’s in a profitable niche.
Monetizing with Adsense? Writing unique content will drive additional traffic to your sites and hide the footprints of automation. This deep monetization method can be achieved while potentially increasing Adsense earnings and traffic when publishing unique content.
2: Blogvertise offers a “grab bag” feature that allows bloggers to select assignments that appeal to their content or niche. In order to receive desired assignment volumes, you need to be diligent with your postings, have several authoritative blogs approved, and a good relationship with your AM.
“Grab bag” assignments are capped (per day) but offer the same payout as regular assignments, so it’s fair game. Run a content / SEO shop that can handle more volume? Speak with your AM, they’ll be happy to work with you.
3: I use an egg timer when writing Blogvertise posts to gauge productivity. It should take no longer than 10 minutes per assignment to read the instructions, write the content, anchor the keywords, publish on WordPress, and submit the URL back to Blogvertise.
If you’re conscious about the value of your time, you’ll be earning approximately $75.00 per hour based on my projections. It’s also important to consider the long term monetization benefits achieved when building regular content in profitable niches for your web properties.
4: Becoming a publisher on Blogvertise will train you to become a great advertiser. You’ll have a much better understanding of how the interface works and how to craft assignments properly. Check out Blogvertise Ad Network if you’re interested in cutting straight to paid placements.
5: Income from Blogvertise can offset the cost (and risk) of other expenses such as paid traffic. Have interns? Put them to work with writing assignments from Blogvertise. Have employees? Justify payroll expenses by putting your team to work writing content. Greedy? Write the content yourself to increase your bottom line…
I never was a fan of the New Radicals, but you certainly “get what you give” with Blogvertise. The projections I’ve provided are realistic and attainable for Internet marketers that have a portfolio of websites with authority and traffic.
Keep in mind that advertisers may build links to you URL’s (social bookmarks, etc.) as an SEO filter or as an effort to control link velocity. Free links? Yes please!
Check out what Blogvertise has to offer today.
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