Sponsored post networks are marketplaces, where advertisers pay bloggers to write a review of a product or website. Sponsored post is usually the most profitable thing a blogger can do to bring revenue to their site. To be eligible for these sponsored post networks, your blog has to have a posting history and possibly some minimum ranking requirements.
I’ve been a longtime member of almost a dozen different paid blogging networks. There is only a few worth mentioning because many of them have lack of opportunities, or most of them are very low paying compared to the other networks. Below are the top 3 I’ve found, based on how much money they have earned me.
SponsoredReviews.com: They operate on a bidding system where you find opportunities and bid a price on it. The advertiser can accept, decline, or give a counterbid. The problem with this network is you usually have to bid on 10 to 20 just to get even one counter offer. Often that counteroffer is lower than you want too. Advertisers can also contact you first and buy a sponsored post, which you can accept or deny, but those don’t happen too often. Payments are done every 2 weeks by Paypal and there is no minimum required before payment.
Signup for SponsoredReviews.com
LinkWorth.com: The network is small so don’t expect paid opportunities to often from them. Once your blog is registered and accepted, you have to wait for the opportunities to come to you. You have a choice of a 70/30 or 50/50 profit split. I’ve found that the 50/50 allows me to get more opportunities. They have other things such as text link ad and banner ad opportunities, which is why I recommend signing up for them, so you have access to all these things even if you don’t get many sponsored post opportunities.
Signup for LinkWorth.com
BuyBlogReviews.com: This network works similiar to SponsoredReviews.com in which you bid on opportunities or advertisers can directly purchase posts from your blog. There is less opportunities and most pay less than SponsoredReviews.com, but its good to use multiple networks because SponsoredReviews.com is pretty competitive to get opportunities. BuyBlogReviews also has less stringent standards on keeping your blog in the marketplace to be eligible for opportunities compared to SponsoredReviews.com.
Signup for BuyBlogReviews.com