17 Sites that Pay You to Blog

Blogging is not only about money but all of us who owns a blog would also want to earn something back from it. After all we do so much hard work in maintaining and promoting our blogs. Most of us, use Adsense or other Advertising networks to get back some revenue from our blog. Some of us also use affiliate marketing as a mean of earning some money. We even try to earn money by selling ad slots on our blogs. But all of these methods do not work until you have a high Pagerank and a good enough traffic. Even though one good method which may work, even for sites which do not have a good Pagerank or a high traffic is paid reviews or paid blog posts. Yes, you can earn a good amount of money by reviewing sites, blogs and products for clients in your own blog. This method is called paid review and paid blog posts.

There are many ways of getting clients for paid reviews. One method being contacting the clients directly. But this method may not be as much lucrative. The other good method you could try out is by joining sites which would help you get paid review offers directly from advertisers.

The advantages of joining such sites is that you can get more review offers from a large number of clients who belong to the same niche that you may be blogging about. Also there is the security of you getting paid and also getting paid on time unlike in the normal method where you have to go on approaching your client for getting paid. Below is a list of few sites which will help you get good products and sites for reviewing:

1 ) PayPerPost:

PayPerPost lets you pick your advertisers, name your own price and negotiate your own deals. You can get paid to blog on virtually any subject. You get notified about leads and opportunities in the email address you have used to sign up. The minimum payout for pay per post is 50$

2) SocialSpark:

SocialSpark is a blog marketing network that connects advertisers with bloggers through an online marketplace. This Site is also quite similar to PayPerPost and also belongs to the same company Izea (the owners of Sponsored Tweets). Bloggers can make money blogging by either placing ads on blogs or writing blog reviews.

3) Sponzai:

Sponzai is a network using which you can get guest post for Sponsors write their own guest post including multimedia and links. Sponsors then select the blogs on which they want to distribute their pre-written post. Bloggers earn cash for posting the content.

4) SponsoredReviews:

Similar to PayPerPost and Social Spark, Sponsored Reviews is a site which will help you get advertisers who will pay you for writing reviews about their blogs, websites and products.

5) Review Me:

Like the others Review Me is also a good site to get paid review offers. As their logo says “See what a review looks like!” You control what you review. You will be paid $20.00 to $200.00 for each completed review that you post on your site.

5) Smorty:

Using Smorty you can get paid for publishing Pay per Click advertising in your blog as well as for writing reviews about products and services in your blog. You will like Smorty because they pay from $6 to $100 for each post and they pay-out weekly. You are allowed to have multiple blogs.

6) BlogAdvertisingStore:

BAS brings together bloggers and advertisers providing an easy to use marketplace built to allow blog advertisers target the exact kind of blogger to promote their products.

7) PayU2Blog:

Like the others, PayU2Blog is a pretty good site to get some review jobs. You will be paid in every 2 weeks via PayPal.

8 ) Blogging Ads:

“Get Paid to Blog”. “Make Money Blogging”. “Blog for Cash”. How many times have you heard or read that? Another Paid review and paid post network. The average pay for each post through this network is $5.

9) BuyBlogReviews:

Bloggers get paid to post reviews on your site. Payment is sent every two weeks thats 1st and 15th of every month. BuyBlogReviews charge only 30% which means you get 70% from each review so you get to learn quite a lot for yourself.

10) LinkWorth:

LinkWorth offers a variety of monetization options for bloggers likes text link ads, paid blog reviews, in-text links, in-content pay per click ads, rotating text ads, hosted content pages, article submission, directory submission and many more.. LinkWorth gives up to 70% of the revenue for its ads.

11) BloggerWave:

Although Bloggerwave is a smaller paid blogging network and lists fewer open job opportunties, their site is very blogger-friendly and easy to to navigate. Bloggers here get paid a minimum of $10 for each completed and approved post. Bloggerwave also pays on time.

12) Blogitive:

Once you are approved to the Blogitive system, you are given access to opportunities from companies to post about their news releases. You are paid per posting.

13) LoudLaunch:

Earn more with your blog. Get paid to participate in relevant, high quality, online advertising campaigns from top companies. With LoudLaunch the amount you are paid per post is based on your blog ranking? LoudLaunch allows bloggers to be compensated for distributing our advertisers LoudLaunch press releases.

14 ) Blogsvertise:

Blogsvertise! It’s simple. Earn cash and generate extra income from your blog! Once approved, your blog goes into the assignment queue. The blogsvertise administrator then assigns writing tasks for what our advertisers want you to mention in your blog.

15) BlogToProfit:

We connect you with advertisers that are interested in sponsoring your blog, you post to your blog and get paid!

16) BlogPostsForSale:

Get paid for blogging. Write about web sites, products, services, and companies and earn cash for providing your opinion and valuable feedback to advertisers.

17) LinkFromBlog:

Earn with your blog, write legitimate reviews, survey or opinions of advertisers products and services.

You should Join all or most of these sites because some of these networks may reject or accept your application according to your blog quality. On top of that, the more you join, the more number of opportunities you get.

Before starting to sign up for these programs, you should probably open up your notepad and type in atleast 10 keywords and a good keyword rich description of your blog. You are really going to need this while signing up.

One can easily earn $50 to $500 each month with each blog. You just need to do some hard work.

Thank you so much for reading one of my posts. I hope you’ve found incredible value in it. Stay connected & I have lots more great stuff to share with you.

11 thoughts on “17 Sites that Pay You to Blog

  1. On the other hand, some how you can pass through Google’s eye if you agree to make the links in the particular post to no-follow….Many advertisers does this and many bloggers adhere to this and thus find no risks

  2. But you got to be very very careful if you are dealing any of them. Google HATES them and it won’t take time before you might lose your PR and search traffic over night!

  3. yea….google hate them all…..and that’s why i didn’t had any PR for almost 2 years………but having a PR also is not helping with getting paid tasks……

    i have joined 12 of these 17….and will join the other too today…….

  4. Yes, I agree with you. For many bloggers , money is an important factor for their blog. So I do not find any reason why one who is in need of money should not join these programs even if it may hurt PR because in the short run PR does not help at all for many bloggers. PR works only if you are about to sell your site or if you are selling advertising. That too until one does not get to a good enough PR like pR4-5 it does not work that much. Great to know that you found the post helpful. Do comment back here if you make good enough money 🙂

  5. well i started blogging march 2007 and got a PR only once that too only for less than month…….

    so only for a month in last 3 years i had a PR of 2 …..else it was 0 ……

    then now a couple of weeks back….i got a PR of 3 ……

    it may cause i used to write a lot of paid posts……earlier….abt 30-40 every month………but since last year……it’s less than 5 a month…..

    so it may have affected may PR……that’s my guess…i;m not a SEO expert

    and why i want to join all of them…….cause blogging money is a major reason i’m blogging………..though i love my readers too……but some money on the side never hurts…….and i’m not getting any especial previllage for having a PR 3……compared to wat i had when it was 0…..

    so PR, is good…….but for some reason ….it isn;t working for me that good……….

  6. I don’t know how useful they will be for Indians. I am part of Sponsored Reviews but do not find anything exciting to review and besides it is more related to the US or the UK or other countries than India.

    Also, since my blog is kinda niche, I cannot really write (even though I can but it won’t be related to by blog!) about many many topics. So there goes my notional money lol.

    Wondering if anyone here has had some experience with these sites?

  7. I never knew there were so many, I may check them out some time soon. But while I like the sound being paid to blog I don’t like the sound of paid reviews. Hopefully honesty still comes into play here as I’d rather maintain my readers trust than sell out to a shady advertiser. But I’ll still take a look I’m sure my assumption is likely to be wrong.

  8. Bro the list is awesome except Payperpost. They are the worst in their website and options. 2 years back my friends have earned 500$ per month through that site. now they are poor at the site interface, you cannot reset password, complete claiming at ease and so on..

  9. Hi Gaurav

    Like others, I am also surprised at how many sites would pay to advert on a blog. Honestly, of the said sites, I am only familiar with 3(PPP, sponsoredreviews, and review me). Also, it really is good to earn money from blogging, but one should not forget to have fun and put a personal touch on blogs just like what you’re doing(replying to comments). I really like it! Many thanks for sharing!

  10. Don’t touch Blog Advertising Store – they don’t pay!! They owe me $106 and have done since May and no sign of payment. And they don’t reply to e-mails either. They are on their last chance – if they don’t pay this month then I am removing the links from each of my posts.

  11. I never knew there exists something of this sort for paid reviews n all… Looks to be a comprehensive list! i am sure it will be useful for many!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

three + 9 =