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Earn With Your Blog: Blogvertise

With the growing number of people looking to earn extra money with their blog, more and more pay per post sites are making their services available for both bloggers and advertisers alike. 
Blogvertise is one such free site. I've written for them in the past, but this post is a personal share - not a paid advertisement - to show my subscribers and readers one other way of earning extra cash with your blog. Today I'm featuring Blogvertise. 


On the other hand, advertisers can with sign up with Blogvertise here.

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Earning, blogging with blogvertise

You will be asked to register as a blogger or an advertiser when you sign up with Blogvertise. Fill in your details, including your profile information. You'll be asked to upload a picture of yourself too. This is to be placed beside your bio when writers are featured on the front page. 
A large part of earning money online is the willingness to put yourself forward, so be patient and fill in all the boxes. When you add a blog, supply a description, keywords and exclusions (sites you'd like to NOT get assignments from). The trick to earning more money with your blog on blogvertise is to make sure you accept or decline tasks on time. When you do accept a task, be certain to write the requested amount of words and add the links you're given. Payment for blogging is usually between $4.00 - 20.00 (each post).


Another very important point is to sign into your account at least twice a week, even if you have no assignments to complete. An active member is seen as one who's eager and interested in getting jobs.

How blogvertise helps you make money with your blog


1. Once your blog is approved, wait for assignments to be sent to you. (Or get grab bags - discussed below).
2. You will receive an email with your assignment stating in the brief, the number of words required, the amount you'll get paid for the blog post, and the links you should include in your article (usually 2 or 3).
3. Once you've written the post, there's a link to 'accept task' on the email you've been sent.
4. Copy and paste the url of your post into the appropriate panel and submit your task for approval.
5. Check back within a couple of days to see if your task has been approved.
6. Wait for payment.

Advantages of blogging with blogvertise


1. The Blogvertise site has self-explanatory, detailed help on every aspect of their system. You can find whatever you need to help you.
2. You can set your payout rate to whatever is suitable for you. You may still get offers lower than your requested amount, but you can always decline them.
3. The system allows for negotiation where payment is concerned, providing you're a steady blogger and does the tasks on time and properly.
4. You can log in to find 'grab bag tasks' on your account. This simply means you can find extra assignments if you log in and update your blog regularly enough.
5. Blogvertise offers prompt payment for tasks submitted. Earning money online can sometimes be problematic because clients take a long time to pay. Blogvertise pays up 30 days after the approved post went live.
6. Making money with your blog is not such an attractive proposal if your writing assignments roll on for ages before they're approved. Each post on blogvertise is approved (or declined) promptly.
7. You also get the chance to edit your post if it's declined. You're told why it isn't, and what to do in order to get an approval.
8. Payment is by Pay Pal.


Disadvantages of earning with blogvertise


1. The site does not offer a referral programme, so even if you were to sign up with Blogvertise and start earning money with your blog today, I would get nothing from it even though I told you about their site. 
2. The earnings can be slightly less than other pay per post sites.
3. You have to write all posts directly on your blog. If for some reason, the advertiser rejects your post completely, you've already given them a link which has been on your site for perhaps a couple of days.
4. Blogvertise, though a great way of earning money with your blog, does not send out a lot of offers.

If you're a writer/blogger and want to start making some money with your blog, Blogvertise is a great way of doing so. There are precious little writing opportunities out there, so we have to make the best of sites like these which can significantly add to our online earnings. Additional recommended reading: How Do I Blog.

5 comments:

Sandipan September 21, 2011 at 2:27 PM  

I will surely give it a try. Thanks for the information and I appreciate the fact that speak about the disadvantages as well.

Anne Lyken-Garner September 21, 2011 at 2:49 PM  

Thanks Sandipan. I aim to please.

Icy BC September 22, 2011 at 12:13 AM  

Blogsvertise was the first place I started to earn money for posts. It is a great stepping stone.

Sanjeev September 25, 2011 at 8:05 AM  

Might be good for startups, will give it a try to see if something can be workout here. Thanks for sharing.

SquirrelQueen October 2, 2011 at 6:55 AM  

This sounds like a really interesting program. Thanks for the info Anne.

Anne's a published author, freelance writer and experienced editor. She's just signed her second publishing contract this year with 2 separate publishing houses. You can hire her or see her available books in the side panel on the right.
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