So you want to start working with PayPerPost. How do you do it and what exactly does it entail?

Although the system is easy to use, there are a lot of people always asking for help there and some finding these pages through such terms. So, I thought it was time for a brief guide.

First, go to and sign up for an account. That’s fairly easy – just give your email address and a password. Next, you have to create a register a new blog.

Click the button to start the registration process and type in the URL of your blog (if you haven’t yet set-up a blog, look through my Pay Per Post category as I’ll follow this post with a brief guide for that!).

Check the URL and then press the button to get a recommended price. If yours is a new blog, with PR0, then it will probably show about $1 per post plus $0.005 per word. Not much, but for the sake of typing up a 30 word post you will be being paid $1.15.

Once the suggested price is showing drop down through the rest of the questions. The main questions are:

- allow adult opportunities - this does not mean adult in the traditional sense. It is supposed to, but a lot of advertisers miss the point, so you will get more offers if you allow them.

- follow or no follow links – forget the no follow option, no advertiser on this system goes for it!

- in post, site wide or both – you have to declare you are being paid to post, even if you are not a US blogger. Within your blog create a page that states that you will be accepting paid posts – have a look at my disclosure page if you want and reword that. View the new disclosure page and copy the URL. Back in Pay Per Post, change the option to in post or site wide and a box will appear to paste your disclosure URL into.

Continue from here and you will be presented with a junk sentence, usually ending with a full stop. Copy the entire sentence, including final punctuation, and paste it into a recent post that appears on the home page of your blog. Press the claim button and once it is successfully checkec you can delete the claim sentence.

That’s it, you are now set up and ready to start working with Pay Per Post. Follow the Pay Per Post category and I’ll talk more about how to work with them and how to quickly set up a new blog.

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