I have written about how PayPerPost act as a middleman for bloggers to take up advertising offer from advertisers. I got my first payment through Paypal on 1st of June 2007. Now PayPerPost launched a new service to further help you monetize your blogs – the PayPerPost Direct!
You probably learn about ReviewMe where you see a big square banner on some other blogs. ReviewMe marked up the review price 50-100%. It is quite a big margin, considering that you are the one who do all the writing, posting, editing job and the middleman get a 33%-50% commission cut! PPP Direct is directly competing with ReviewMe and other related networks with the lowest fees charges at this moment. PPP only charges a 10% from your review price. Moreover, within that 10% margin, they need to set aside half of it to pay for Paypal charges and credit card charges. Isn’t it kind for PPP to absord the Paypal fees?
This is a great news for blogger indeed! Bloggers can keep most the money for their hard works, while still enjoying the safety and security features of having an agent selling your post. You will never have to worry about collecting bad debt in case the advertisers don’t pay you.
For more information, visit the PayPerPost blog. For tutorial on how to setup PayPerPost Direct, watch this video.