If you are new to paid blog posts, find out how they work and how to start blogging for money here. I am listing the top paid to post sites, ranked in order of the amounts they have paid recently for my sponsored posts on blogs.
Once you create your account, opportunities are sent to you and they will appear whenever you log in. Pays $5 for a post of 60 words minimum, including one link to the advertiser’s site using the anchor text they specify. These are quick to write and the opps can mount up, in fact they paid the highest amount to me for August out of all the paid blogging sites. They require you to complete all the assignments sent to you within deadline, which is mostly around four days. There are other bonuses on this site if you live in the US, as they often get samples of products for bloggers to review.
These offers appear in your dashboard when you sign in, but you have to be around when they pop up to click ‘accept’. Posts appear sporadically but when they do, they arrive thick and fast and you are paid $5 per assignment. Once accepted you have 48 hours to write the post (100 words minimum). Despite the unpredictable nature of the opportunities, I have found this to be a consistent source of earnings.
3. Pay Per Post
This is one of the biggest sites, with more than 40,000 registered members. When you log in to your account there can be up to 200 opportunities on offer. But there is a qualification requirement for all opps, and the highest paying assignments usually require Page Rank 5 blogs. At the moment you can make two posts per day for each of your blogs and the reality is that most opps will pay no more than $15 each for blogs up to PR3. The admin at this site can get quite strict about the rules,
There are two ways to get paid posts at this site. Assignments are emailed to you, but you can also log in once a day to check on the grab bag tasks. Most posts pay $6 – $10, for an entry of three paragraphs containing a minimum of three links to the advertiser’s site. This site started slowly for me but during August the paid opportunities have been more frequent. Blogsvertise is currently my fourth best paying site.
This site shows a list of live opportunities on your dashboard, but many of them are already expired or may not be available to lower page rank blogs. The sponsored posts pay $5 each for 150 words, and no disclosure is required in the post itself. The awkward part of the process is that you have to go back to the site and click a link to get your post approved, between 10 minutes – two hours after posting. If you forget to do this your post will be rejected automatically.
After accepting your blog the Admin at this site will send you assignments via email, with a spreadsheet attached for you to post details of the URLs where you have placed the link. You normally receive five assignments paying $5 each for 60 words minimum. After you email the details, your payment arrives within 48 hours.
This site paid for a few links on my blogs several months ago and then the company seemed to disappear off the radar. Now they are back online, alive and kicking. You submit the URL(s) of your blog(s) and they make you an offer for the link. I received $20 for some of the links but the new payment structure has not been publicised yet.
8. V7N Webmaster Forum
At this site you need to register your blog(s) but there is no dashboard so if you have more than one blog you cannot check its status. You also need to join their forum and mention your ID when you register your blog. Assignments are then sent to you via a private message at the forum, so make sure you set your forum options to notify you. This site has been quiet for me lately: this month I received only one paid posting job. The post requirement is 100 words minimum, you reply to the message with the URL of your post and the money is paid within 48 hours.
9. Blogging Ads
Until recently BloggingAds new offers appeared on the first day of the month and you needed to log in to claim them. Now they state that offers are spread through the month, however I have not received any assignments at this site since July. If there are a lot of paid posting opportunities do bear in mind that each account is limited to three posts per blog each month, and ten posts per month across all of your approved blogs. Assignments pay $5 each for a paid blog post of 100 words approximately. The reason I have not stated a precise requirement on post length is that BloggingAds supplies ready-written copy that you can post if you choose, otherwise you can take the keyword phrases and anchor text and write your own posts.
This site had some problems with Paypal admin in its startup phase, leading to rumours of a scam. These have now been completely resolved and the paid post opportunities pay you $10 per assignment. So far there have been only five different opps.