Category Archives: Paid Blogging

Jason Calacanis Leaving AOL

It’s official, [tag]Jason Calacanis[/tag] is leaving AOL, and after reading his post about Jim Miller, I would say it is largely because of his departure as well, although it could just be an easy time to say adios. This appears … Continue reading

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More Uproar Over Paid Blogging

I know at least two full time bloggers who are really upset with PayPerPost and the new model they are promoting, getting paid for specific blog posts about products in their inventory. One is Jim Kukral from Revenews.com, an online … Continue reading

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It’s Official Jason Calacanis Was Right

Okay, I’ve officially changed my mind, [tag]Jason Calacanis[/tag] was right. Originally, I didn’t think the offer, as it has become known, was a good idea. In a nutshell, he offered to pay $1,000 a month for “social bookmarking” rights. Put … Continue reading

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Top 100 Digg Profile for Sale on eBay

Here’s another for the I told you department, a top 100 profile from Digg is now up for bid on eBay. The profile for sale is the Digg username GeekForLife. The user has submitted 748 Digg stories, 39 of which … Continue reading

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Everyone’s Gotta Eat

This is the latest idea from [tag]Jason Calacanis[/tag], paying the top users at Digg, Delicious, Reddit, Flickr, Myspace, and Newsvine $1000 a month to submit 150 or more stories a month as Netscape Navigators, doing the same thing they are … Continue reading

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The Uproar Over Paid Blogging

It appears that TechCrunch isn’t too happy with the business model at PayPerPost.com, a new way to advertise on blogs and such, Scoble talks about it and I even found a post from News.com that said, How to kill blogs: … Continue reading

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