When the first get paid to blog company appeared in the blogosphere, I joined and quickly went to work blogging for advertisers. To this day, I'm not sure how much money they charged the advertisers. My cut for the work was $5.00. Since then, there have been many different companies. Each has their pros and cons. What do they all have in common? They all keep a cut of the money advertisers pay the blogger. Some keep up to 50% and others retain less. I guess you can call it a kind of finder's fee. Bloggertizer is here to change all of that.
The owner decided to create Bloggertizer, after he used a paid blogging site as an advertiser. What's so original? Bloggertizer is a site where advertisers and bloggers can come together to buy and sell ads. What's the catch? There isn't one. The blogger and advertiser will determine their own price and the blogger keeps all the money. Imagine that?
Now that I got your attention, I'm sure you want more information, right? Here's the deal. All you have to do is register with Bloggertizer and add your blog to the directory. That's it! Couldn't be easier. Once your blog is on the site, a badge will be diplayed next to your blog's title with your pagerank. By clicking a small icon next to your blog's title, you can see the stats for your Alexa traffic, Yahoo backlinks and more.
Not convinced yet? Here's another enticing idea. Bloggertizer is paying bloggers $5.00 for each 150-300 word review. I bet I got your attention now.
Here are the guidelines for the review.
1. Register with Bloggertizer.
2. Add your blog(s).
3. Your blog must have a pagerank of 3 or higher.
4. Your review must have a minimum of 150 words.
5. You must have removed the "no follow" tags in your blog.
6. You must have a minimum of 2 text links in the article.
7. You can post in as many blogs as you want, but each blog post must have original content.
That's all the information you need to get started.
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