A couple of days ago I published a post on this blog that I wrote about a company called Blogging Ads. It was basically a review of my experience with that company when trying to earn money by writing paid blog posts. Within minutes of writing the post I received a comment from someone working …

Poll: Would You Pay For Extra Blog Reviews?

A couple of days ago I published a post on this blog that I wrote about a company called Blogging Ads. It was basically a review of my experience with that company when trying to earn money by writing paid blog posts.

Within minutes of writing the post I received a comment from someone working for them. I’d like to think they follow this blog, and value my opinion highly, but I think the more probable reason they commented so quickly is because they use a script or program that points out when a site mentions their URL.

During the comment they asked me a question. The question was :

If we offered a premium service where we emailed you with the latest review opportunities, so you could get a head start on your rivals, would you pay $2 a month for this?

Rather than give them my opinion of this I thought I would turn it into a post and put the question to you, the reader. I’ve also set up a poll about it as well

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Dean Saliba is a freelance writer, music lover, professional blogger, media enthusiast, dirty football player and huge professional wrestling fan who covers a wide range of subjects and niches including, making money online, traffic generating, pro wrestling, blog reviews, football, how-to guides, music, internet marketing and more.

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9 comments

  1. It should not be the case. I would certainly not pay a dime for a extra blog review.

  2. both yes and no. It's based on different circumstances like the quality of the reviewer and other stuffs.. But more likely no.

  3. I won't pay any extra for that

  4. I believe if there was some type of assure that we would get added evaluations it could possibly tempt persons.