I was into my bloghopping rounds when I chanced upon a SocialSpark ad on another blog. Well, I actually forgot the blog’s name but what caught my attention was her claim that SocialSpark gives bloggers an opportunity to earn by writing paid reviews and posts.
I wasted no time. Right then and and there, I visited SocialSpark and immediately created an account. I filled up the required information, enrolled this blog and received a welcome message from them immediately.
That was in July 5. Just a while ago, I received an email from them stating that GEORYL was approved. I can now begin my adventure in the SocialSpark Marketplace!
I hurriedly accessed SocialSpark to sign in into my account. Then I faced a problem. I forgot my password! It was a good thing that they have a password reset function. I received the password reset link in less than 5 seconds! “Cool”, I said to myself.
If you’re thinking about what will happen to my future posts now that I’m into paid posting, well, nothing much will change. All opinions will be 100% mine. Besides, SocialSpark requires transparency and disclosure for all paid reviews. You will be informed of a paid post in the first line of the post.
Why don’t you sign up for SocialSpark and join me there? I know most bloggers are hesitant to post paid reviews and links due to search engine penalties. Don’t worry. The SocialSpark’s Code of Ethics 100% Search Engine Friendly Principle protects both the bloggers and the advertisers because the sponsored links automatically carries the “no-follow” attribute. This will help prevent any negative effect on your search engine rankings.
See you there!