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Could YOU Use A Couple of EXTRA Dollars?

I just had another deposit made to my PayPal account today.  Every single time I am thrilled and can't believe that I am earning money doing something that I do anyway: Blogging.

If are interested please let me know if I can help. I've really enjoyed blogging about interesting products & services via my sponsor Izea! It especially fun on those days that I am stumped on what to write about.  Here is my referral link it you are interested in signing up:  YOU set your price.  YOU choose your advertisers.


  1. Could you share more info with me? I'd like to hear what's working for you and see if maybe it's something that I can try.

  2. @ Luana I will definitely share. I found my way via a blog friend (Lisa - pls visit her page) who offered some advice on getting started with Social Spark:

    1. In order to be approved, a blog must be at least 90 days old with a minimum of 20 posts written within the 90 days prior to submission with no more than a 30 day gap in writing during that time.

    2. The blog must have an uncluttered, easy to navigate layout, be written in fluent English and contain a chronological archives.

    3. If a blog is not approved initially, it can usually be resubmitted when it meets the Terms.

    I've also learned from Social Spark (via Twitter) that blogs with Google Analytics get 13x more offers. Here is more info: Want More Offers.

    I was skeptical at first but have only had positive experiences. Sometimes agencies have contacted me directly. Aside from Social Spark I have tried other programs. Feel free to email me and will try to help out if I can :)

    What I found that really keeps me going is to accept only the offers that I feel are a good fit for me. I have only signed up 15 weeks ago but the offers have been steady - I have turned down more than I have accepted. To date I have 15 accepted offers that have been published (this is just with SS).

    It's been very exciting for me & I just wanted to share with others (much the same as Lisa shared with me).


  3. Thank you so much for the tips and feedback on your experience with them! I did go ahead and sign up last night using the link you posted. I cleaned up my blog a bit especially the side bars to help give a clean & uncluttered appearance. I'm hoping that this will be a new venture and maybe even earn some extra money.

    Thank you again! Have a wonderful weekend.


  4. Hey Cynthia!

    My blog got approved by Social Spark! I got the email today. Just wanted to share that with you :) I'm kind of excited lol. Thank you for posting about it!

  5. @ Luana I am SO EXCITED! I remember what a thrill that it was for me when I was accepted! Wait until you get an offer - you won't be able to contain your excitement! Oh, and after your first payment - you will want to tell everyone in the world about it! Best wishes, Cynthia

  6. Hi Cynthia,

    I just read your article (one of them)about social spark. I am curious about this. I am not sure how the "set your own price" thing works. How does one determine what you would like to charge for a post? How do I get more information?
    Thank you!

  7. Hi Cynthia,

    I have signed up for an account with Social Spark (trying to get more info) and got to the point of where it asks what you want to be paid for a post. How do you determine that? Is there a guideline?

  8. @ Diana Burfield (BettyShmetty)
    Thank you for visiting my blog and asking about Social Spark. When you initally sign on - Social Spark will suggest a price per post based on traffic. You can generally make more if you have Google Analytics active on your blog. You can dictate what price you prefer. When you get a lead they will state an offer price and you could either accept, or negotiate for more.


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