Blog Distributor is another pay to blog service that I found lately. Just like other pay per post sites, you get paid to blog. Before you go on and read the rest of this post, let me just tell you this. Blog Distributor is only for US and Canada bloggers. You must be 18 years old and your blog must be certified by Blog Distributor. I suppose until this point a lot of bloggers have been rejected right in front of the door.
If you’re able to get through the first basic rule, let’s go on and check out the blog requirement. In order to receive assignments from Blog Distributor, your blog must be indexed by Google. There must be at least 20 posts in your blog for the last 90 days. Your blog must be text based in English with proper grammar and no misspelling. Plus your blog must look professional. Which means you need to have a good quality blog in order to get pass the second round of qualification. I suppose this filter out about 50% of what’s left of the first qualification.
After getting ready to receive jobs from Blog Distributor, there are certain rules that you need to alert so that you don’t lose your certified status. First is don’t reserve new jobs if you can’t create the post in time. The rest of the rules are just the same old rules that you can find in any other pay per post sites. There is one rule that I found interesting. I never thought that I’ll see this rule in a pay per post site. That is not to place notes under the job post indicating the posting was paid or a sponsored post. This is definitely good for bloggers as this will avoid being categorized to page rank 0 by Google.
As I continue to search on the payment part, I did not find any info on what type of payment used. Instead I found a double standard on when the payment is done. Under blogging FAQs section, the site states bloggers get paid once per week. But under how it works section, it states bloggers get paid every two weeks. I suppose Blog Distributor is still new and there are lots of things need to be fine tune and correct.
Overall, Blog Distributor only concentrates on US and Canada market. Even when getting bloggers to post for their client, they seem to aim for good quality. I just wonder how many blogs are accepted into their network.