$1000 is a pretty good ‘extra’ income, wouldn’t you say?

Sponsored Reviews works in two ways, you can create a profile of
your blog to attract advertisers or you can search for advertisers and
bid on jobs.

The ability to find your own customers is a favorite feature for many
bloggers who go to Sponsored Reviews. Sponsored Reviews pays
publishers with PayPal every two weeks, and they real ways on time
with the payments.

Some blog owners don’t like that you are required to keep the review
on your site forever. Truth be told they should be glad to have the
extra content.

One other distraction for some bloggers is that in order to land any
jobs worth doing you will need at least a page rank of 3 on your blog.

Blogsvertise has been in business since 2006. Blogvertise declares
their payment rate for new blogs/accounts is $4 – $25 per entry. Most
fall in the range of $ 5-$15. They say that payout rates vary and are
often based on the popularity (i.e. traffic) of the blog. Traffic is
measured by an independent third party.

ayout, which can be made through PayPal, comes 30 days after your
assigned task has been approved. In my research I only found one
person who claimed they were dissatisfied with Blogsvertise. The
complaint was that each time they called support they had to talk to a
different person. Compounding that frustration was that several times
the answers conflicted with an earlier conversation.

LinkWorth products include text link ads, paid blog reviews, in-text
links, incontent pay per click ads, rotating text ads, hosted content
pages, article submission, directory submission and many more.

Bloggers who use LinkWorth for paid blog review say they like how
easy it is to register and get their blogs accepted. Another plus that
many like is the no minimum earnings for payment. In other words,
even if you only earned $5.00 this month you will be paid that $5.00.
The most common complaint against LinkWorth is that the many
advertising opportunities it offers can make navigating around the site
difficult and confusing

ReviewMe pay a minimum of $20 and up to $200 for writing a
review. The rules say that blog posts should be a minimum of 200
words, but the average accepted review is 300 words. One big plus for
ReviewMe is that you are not obligated to write a positive opinion. You
will still get paid for the review if it’s negative.

The above are just a few great sites to earn extra income from your
blog.

Profitable Blogging

Even if the niche is small and obscure, it can still be extremely
profitable and under-monetized with big potential. However, don’t go

too small into sub-niches with absolutely no competition because
chances are there’s not much money in them.

Topics that are always popular and profitable are:

  • Making Money
  • Relationships and Dating
  •  Health and Fitness

Niche Research

Remember: People pay for solutions to their problems. It’s really just
as simple as finding out what your target market wants and giving it to
them.

Here’s the 3-step process:

1) Identify your target market’s problems
2) Find solutions for their problems
3) Give them your solutions to their problems.

So, the first thing we need to do is to go out into your niche and do a
little research.

You should look for:

• What kind of people they mostly are?

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What are they most passionate about and why?
• What do they spend most of their time talking about (and
probably thinking about) in regards to this topic?
• What are their main concerns/problems?

What are they currently doing to solve their problems?
• What can you do to offer a solution to these problems?

The best places to go to find this information out is the places where
your niche/target market hang out; forums, popular websites, social
sites etc.

Find Forums In Your Niche

Do a search on Google for “(your niche here) forum) and if your niche
is popular there will be sure to be plenty of results. Sign yourself up
for these forums and start interacting with your target market.

Look through and study the most popular threads and find out what
everyone is mostly talking about. You are sure to come across popular
sub-topics.

Find out what are the most burning issues and problems in your niche
that people are talking about. Find out what they are most passionate
about. This is where the money is.

If you’re still unsure, or want to cut to the chase, you could simply just
straight out ask these questions on the forum and you’ll be sure to get
some good ideas.

 

 

 

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