Saturday, February 17, 2007

[This is a Sponsored Post] - Pay Per Post is a great service. It pays everyday bloggers like you and me cash (via Paypal) to pitch various products and services through sponsored content. Personally i have made over $200 in just over a month from the site, which is around £120. Not alot you might think, but you can do it in your spare time and takes minutes to do. Start to earn money from your blog, as long as your site has been around for over 3 months and has over 20 posts (with no more than 30 days between them). You get paid once the post has been live for 30 days. A friend of mine actually met the founders of PPP recently at London SES, and said they were nice guys; they had flown all the way from the states to talk about the PPP service. Apparently over 1500 UK bloggers are signed up; and some bloggers around the world have made thousands.

I've found the service very easy to deal with; and I don't feel that the posts draw from my blogs main issues, and means that my blogs are starting to pay for themselves; and are adding to my beer fund.

Thursday, February 15, 2007

Number 69 - Ok, We'll leave the last one for a bit; no one had a crack at it, I'll try posting it again in a bit. Here's a new one for you guys. I'm really liking watching SKins at the moment! - top TV.
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Monday, February 12, 2007

Number 68 - This is a special post as you must guess the station from the satellite photo on the left. The clues are there for you. I'm on location Tuesday/Wednesday, so I may be away for a while.
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Sunday, February 11, 2007

[Number 67] - Is anyone else getting bored of Deal or No Deal? It's a great format for a game, and Noel Edmonds does an amazing job; but its losing its edge. I find myself only turing on to watch the last 15 minutes - its when the best stuff happens.