Write Sponsored Reviews on Your Blog and Make Money in Kenya

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Aside from advertising and affiliate programs, another popular blog monetization method is to write blog sponsored reviews for any one of the many websites that pay you for blogging. Below are several of the most popular blog-sponsored review sites that pay, and start earning money from your blog.


PayPerPost is one of the most popular blog-sponsored review sites available. Blog writers are called Posties, and those Posties join the PayPerPost publishers network to search for open opportunities that their blogs qualify for. When an opportunity is secured, the blogger writes the post based on the instructions provided and is paid based on the current PayPerPost terms.

How to Earn Money with Pay Per Post

Anyone with a blog looking for ways to make money should consider signing up with Pay Per Post. Pay Per Post is a great way for bloggers to make money doing what they do best, blogging. Pay Per Post offers several ways for bloggers to make money.

In order to have a blog approved for Pay Per Post, the blog must have been in existence for a minimum of 30 days, with a minimum of 10 regular posts. Pay Per Post wants to ensure that bloggers are consistently blogging and that the blog is not a fake created to exploit paid-for blogging sites.

Once you've met the minimum requirement, submit your blog to Pay Per Post for approval. The approval process can take anywhere from 24 hours to a week.

Upon approval, you may use Pay Per Post’s referral option to earn money. When your referrals sign up and begin blogging in accordance with Pay Per Post’s terms and conditions, you will earn money from the referral logs.

Claim blogging assignments. Another way to earn money with Pay Per Post is to claim assignment from advertisers that want bloggers to blog about their product or service. Once you claim the service or product, you have a certain amount of time in which to complete the assignment and submit it for approval and payment.

Through the Pay Per Post Direct feature, bloggers can earn money via direct contact with advertisers. In order to solicit direct contact, the blogger must install the Pay Per Post Direct code on their blog, enabling advertisers to select and hire them. The blogger has a certain amount of time in which to complete the Pay Per Post Direct assignment. Once the assignment is completed, the advertiser must approve or reject the post within four days and pay the blogger


Sponsored Reviews is a site that advertisers pay bloggers to write a review about their products or services. In return the blogger posts this review on his blog site and the advertisers pay for space, writing the review, and the publicity they receive from the exposure. The website acts as an agent or go-between for bloggers and advertisers. The advertiser has a chance to pick and choose the blog he wants his review posted on.

How to Get Started:

Joining the site is relatively easy. The only criteria for joining is that you must be a blogger. Furthermore, your blog has to meet the criteria in order to write for the site and post sponsored reviews on your blog.

For your blog to qualify it must be active, not on a free blog site, and have at least 10 high-quality blog posts on the site. The blog needs to be in a database or indexed in the major search engines.

Your blog must have at least 10 backlinks to the site. This will be checked by the company’s review team. The content on your blog must be original and not copied from another site online.

To increase your chances of being accepted, your blog must have a solid page ranking, an Alexa ranking, and rich organic traffic. You must have an active PayPal account.

All the posts on your blog must be written in English without grammatical errors.

When you join the site decide on what categories you want to write reviews for on your blog. The reviews should coincide with your sites niche.

Once your blog is approved, you’ll need to set up your account on the website.

Your blog is under the heading of Manage Blogs on your dashboard. You’ll need to go to this section and edit all your blog details. Fill in as much information as you possibly can, Keep this current and up to date. This is what advertisers will be looking out.

Enter the category or categories that you want to write reviews about. Remember that these choices must fit into the theme of your blog site. Fill in as many details about yourself and your blog in this section.

Don’t forget to add your pricing and any preferences that you have.

Advertisers will browse the site looking for blogs that fit their needs. If the advertiser is satisfied with your blog, they can make you an offer to write a review, and post it on your site.


PayU2Blog is a smaller player in the sponsored review market. As a PayU2Blog publisher, you will be given paid posting assignments on a weekly basis based on the blog profile you create. Your blog must qualify to take part in PayU2Blog, and that determination will be made after you register. Blog requirements are:

Your blog must be at least 90 days old. You must have made posts to your blog over the past 90 days.

You must be at least 18 years old.

If your blog does not qualify, you will likely not receive notification—you will only be notified if your blog is selected.


Social Spark is quickly becoming one of the most popular “paid to post” or “sponsored post” sites on the web. Bloggers can set their own price for reviews and can earn substantial amounts of money (especially if they receive a high amount of traffic).

Bloggers can not only find advertisers looking for paid reviews, but the blogger can build his or her own brand in the process by making advertisers aware of their site. In addition, each paid review you write will increase your blog content, and that can drive search engine traffic to your blog over time (which may enable you to gain readers).

In addition, Social Spark stands out among paid to blog companies, and this is why I chose them over other competitors. Unfortunately, Social Spark also has a few pitfalls, which is why after trying them out, I ultimately decided it wasn’t worth the financial rewards to post so many reviews on my website. Ultimately, I wanted to provide as best content as I can to my readers, and many opportunities were simply too low of quality.
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