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Pay Per Post Direct Launches

This is a sponsored post.

Many of you are probably aware that Pay Per Post has just launched their PPP Direct Program. From what I’ve read about it, it looks like a really great deal.

What is PPP Direct and What’s So Great About It?

PPP Direct is much like ReviewMe. Companies or bloggers can hire you to write a review of their site or blog to help in promotion. However, the problem with sites like ReviewMe is that they charge a 50-100% markup and keep up to half of your money. This is a win/lose situation with ReviewMe winning big time. Companies or blogs who want to be reviewed are getting ripped off. Consequently, fewer people use ReviewMe, which results in fewer opportunities for bloggers to make money.

PPP Direct solves this problem by cutting out the massive overhead. PPP Direct only charges a 10% fee, 5% of which goes to transaction fees for PayPal and credit card processing. The lower prices should encourage more people to seek reviews from PPP Direct affiliates. More potential clients mean more opportunities for authors to make money blogging.

I haven’t installed the PPP Direct Button on The Frugal Law Student, but will do so shortly. I’m looking forward to new opportunities making money blogging with Pay Per Post.

[tags] Pay Per Post, Pay Per Post Direct, ReviewMe[/tags]