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Tuesday, May 6, 2008

SocialSpark is Live!

SocialSpark is now actively up and running. I already have registered and submitted my three blogs as well. It was quite challenging at first to get my three blogs verified because I had to do couple steps before they can be completely verified. I guess it's just normal for anybody experiencing those "downs" for a while particularly if it's your first time to be on the site. So, I suggest, before joining and submitting your blogs, you have to familiarize the site, read FAQ's and all other things worth reading on the site! :). SocialSpark is a combination of a social networking where in you set up your own profile and meet or invite friends, and at the same time it is the meeting point of where bloggers and advertisers meet. Of course, you are not required to submit a blog, but if you have one or more, the better for money making opportunities ;). If you are a paid blogger and also a member of Pay per Post, the better too because there are lots of opportunities being offered at Socialspark. The only things that makes it unique from PPP or any other paid blogging sites is that you can accept and do sparks which are free (non-paid) and offer no tracking or segmentation options. Another thing is the blog sponsorship feature where in you can still be paid by embedding banners or blogs of certain advertisers. You can be paid for these. And of course, the most common and the most fun to do...the sponsored posts or paid opportunities offers. The only thing that I don't like is getting opportunities for a long wait! :(. It is not as quick as how you do it in PPP because you still have to "wait for slot" which to me is like waiting forever. Once you get one, you are given 12 hours to post it. But on the other side of it, it's fun because it's not only for moneymaking purposes, but a place for making friends and sharing all about yourself as a whole.

1 comments:

globegossip.com said...

Sis, i have linked your 4 blogs na. pls don't forget to link me as well. thank you.

Florence