Get paid $5 per blog post with Blogitive



Almost everyone in the blogosphere is in the "Get Paid to Blog" mode and we're no different! A few weeks ago, we discovered Blogitive, one of the many, many, many (did I say many?) get-paid-to-blog programs. With Blogitive, you write a post-advertisement and you are paid $5 per post.

It might annoy you to see ad posts in this blog, but hey, we also need to eat! We will do our best, though, to keep the ads from ruining your PinoyMoneyTalk experience. Ads will be properly labeled and will be kept short. You can skip reading the ad if you don't like it!

You want to earn from Blogitive yourself? More info after the jump.

How does Blogitive work?

Well, you submit your blog to Blogitive and once they approved it, you can access a list of offers from advertisers. Make a short post about the press releases of these advertisers and you can be paid US$5 per blog post.

Do you need to write a review of the advertiser or write something good about them?

Definitely not! What you will be writing is your own version of the advertiser's official press release. You will see a copy of this in your account. Phrase the press release in your own words, using no less than 100 words, submit the link of the blog post, and wait to be paid. Easy? You betcha!

What are the requirements for a blog to be approved?

Your site should receive some level of traffic and should have been already indexed into Google and Yahoo search engines. It should be at least 3 months old, with at least 3 postings per week on the average. Blogs with content of a violent or hate related nature and with adult content are not accepted.

How much can you make per blog posting?

Blogitive's standard amount is US$5. This however may vary depending on the sponsor.

Is there a limit on how many posts I can make?

Nope. You can write as many postings as you want — until your fingers start complaining!

How will I be paid?

Blogitive currently pays only via PayPal.

How can I register?

Visit the Blogitive sign-up page.

If you are kind enough to recognize me for introducing you to Blogitive, write down futuregizmo@gmail.com in the "Referred By" field. Thanks!

Blog now and get paid!

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14 thoughts on “Get paid $5 per blog post with Blogitive”

  1. None that I know of. Most “genuine” paid blogging programs prefer to use PayPal because it is reliable and they know they are paying “real” persons. That’s not the case with egold because just about anyone can sign up for an egold account.

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  2. so, how do you convert your paypal money into cash then? I’m looking for ways to earn extra cash I can use here in the Philippines.

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  3. Oh. It always like that. I am always searching for pay to blog but most of them should submit a sample blog. It should be 30 days old, 6 months old etcetera. They are not requiring for the newly post blog entry. Some of them requires lots of traffic in your blog!!! I can’t find any online job that would help me earn money. Even in pay per article, it requires submission of sample article and some of them are looking for a degree or looking for a writer who have been writing in years!!! Its so hard to find online job in the internet!!! Waaaahhhh…………………….

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  4. My domain blog is still less than three months old. It got a PR 1 though in this April’s update. I hope I will be accepted at Blogitive. Hoping to submit my blog by end of April when it has become 3 months old.

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  5. yeah, you’re definitely right that we need to eat… me too i’m happy for the opportunity to blog on paid post… it’s really a big help especially for my bills. 🙂

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