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Monetize your Blog Sponsored Posts & Paid Reviews

 

Today we are talking Sponsored Posts and Paid Reviews.  Like I’ve said before I am only promoting places that have worked for me.  There are oodles of campaign networks out there that will pay you for Sponsored Posts. 

 

When accepting a Sponsored Post: Make sure the theme or idea of the post fits into the scope of your blog.  Ex: If your blog is geared towards healthy living make sure your readers can identify with the theme in your sponsored posts. 

 

Sponsored Post Fee

What you charge for a sponsored post is completely up to you.  From my experience the average blogger accepts anywhere from  $15 -$250 per post. And of course the better your stats the more I’ve seen the number go up.

Depending on the amount of work you will  be doing should also be put into consideration. Keywords, Title and meta description are very important to creating a valuable sponsored post.

 

Sponsored Post and Paid Review Campaign Companies:

 

The companies below offer tons of opportunites to write sponsored posts and do reviews that are paid.  For the most part all you have to do is sign up with them and wait for the emails to come.  Emails are usually in the form of apply for this opportunity to write a sponsored post on___, the payment is $___..  Or apply to review ____, the payment is $___.

 

She Heard

 

Warner Bros. Word of Mouth Team

 

Social Spark

  • I know a lot of you are signed up on Social Spark .  The key to getting offers over $15 be persistent!  Take the $15 posts and promote them like crazy. Social Spark keeps track of how many clicks those imbedded  links get.  This will gain you better offers in the future.

Clever Girls Collective

 

Latina Mom Bloggers

  • Mom Blogs of Latin descent

Latina Bloggers Connect

  • Bloggers of Latin descent

US Family Guide

 

Link Vehicle

 

SocialMoms

 

One2One Network

 

Global Influence

 

Childs Play Communications

 

Simply Sassy Media

 

She Speaks

 

Mom Select

Do you ever get those emails asking you to write or promote something for FREE.  Don’t take them unless it is something you are passionate about and really want to do it for free.  For instance, I am currently writing Sponsored posts promoting “No Kid Go Hungry” I will not be paid, but I am spreading the word on this very important movement. Reply to those free jobs with a kind note, stating your fee for a sponsored post with back links and your blog stats.  I can tell you quite a few times I have had business’s take me up on my paid offer. 

If you have any others to add please let me know in the comments. I’d also love to hear your thoughts.

Michelle
Michelle Cantu is a digital influencer, entrepreneur and business owner. She built a thriving community dedicated to supporting parents and inspiring moms. Michelle is in her fifth year of homeschooling her 4 kids with her husband right outside of San Antonio, Texas. Instagram, twitter and facebook.
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