Alexa ranking jumps 50% in 30 days


I first installed the Alexa widget which shows my blog traffic ranking on April 13 at 614,506. Today, it ranks 290,368. That’s more than a 50% improvement in traffic ranking in just over 30 days. The jump wasn’t a sudden leap. It was a hundred thousand jump every week. Just how does installing an […]

Fotolia increases payment

Leading microstock photography agency Fotolia has increased payment rates for contributors. Members earn credits for images sold. Currently, the exchange rate is 1 credit equals US$1, if you are signed up with Fotolia US. As part of the launching of Fotolia V2 next week, 1 credit will equal US$1.36 which translates into a 30% […]

Bloggerwave tries damage control

Bloggerwave CEO Ulrik Thomsen has been dropping by blogs which mention the debacle concerning Bloggerwave defaulting on payments after barely a month or two in operation. Here is the comment he left at my post which talked about Bloggerwave not paying bloggers and having PayPal freeze its account because it was paying out funds it […]

SharedReviews - Get paid to write product reviews

SharedReviews is still in pre-beta launch but it is looking for bloggers interested in getting paid for reviews. It aims to be a media-rich interactive review site where users can submit through API’s and plugins for popular blogging platforms.

Members receive $10 for every 5 approved product reviews up to a maximum of $100 per person […]

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Bloggerwave defaults payments

A relative newcomer to the get paid to blog scene, Bloggerwave is a virtual clone of PayPerPost in both its system and website look and feel. In the beginning, some bloggers even spotted a copy and paste job for some of their text.

Now barely a month into operations, bloggers are reporting Bloggerwave making fraudulent payments […]

PayPerPost Direct vs competitors

PayPerPost is offering bloggers the option of accepting advertisers directly with PayPerPost facilitating the transaction between the 2 parties as compared to the present system where advertisers list their offers on the PayPerPost board.
In doing so, the paid blogging arena has just become more interesting, giving competitors, notably ReviewMe something to be concerned about. ReviewMe […]

PayPerPost lets bloggers accept direct ads

PayPerPost has added a new feature to their get paid to blog business model by allowing bloggers to accept post offers from advertisers directly. The aim is to get advertisers who are not registered with PayPerPost onboard.
Bloggers place a badge like this one here to let advertisers know they can order a post with the […]

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Software Judge - Get paid to review software

If you’re something of a geek who likes to try out different types of software, SoftwareJudge will pay you to write reviews of its list of software. You must use the software before writing an honest review of it. The list of software includes those for games, design and business.
Reviews must be written in […]

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