I have seen several successful payperpost blogs here in the personal finance world. It appears to be a useful tool to make money with your blog- and that is what we are all about here in Wooly World. For example, just for signing up and posting about PPP, I will hopefully earn $20 towards my Christmas Savings fund.

I first heard about PPP through Krystal's endeavours. She has earned $1500+ so far doing the occasional sponsored post since May. I understand the downside… not everyone likes to read a sponsored post… but since I will disclose which posts these are, readers can pick and choose whether they want to read it or not.

I have checked it out and I am currently eligible for several $5 offers, so I will have to keep watching and see if I can blog on a topic that interests me in the very near future. My goal for this month is to somehow earn an extra $100 for Christmas savings, and the sooner the better, so this may be one way to reach my goal.

If you are at all interested I suggest you check it out at payperpost and perhaps earn yourself a quick $20!


  1. mariam said...

    Just be careful that Google just punished PPP publishers their PR ranking - if that matters to you.

    There has been debate about the usefulness of PR in the blogosphere as I know very good blogs that have a PR of 0 because they take sponsorship.

    Just something to think about.
    Wooly Woman said...
    Thanks Mariam, you are right I should think about it. I was lured by the $20. I don't even know what my PR is.. should check it out.
    Daisy said...
    Yes, I had heard there was so negative things going on with payperpost. I don't really understand the PR thingy though! lol!
    krystalatwork said...
    Thanks for the shout out! :) FYI, PPP will decline your post b/c you have a post to my site... if you change it now, I doubt they've checked your site now, so you should still get approved without having to resubmit.

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