iHype works just like PayPerPost but with some advantages. As usual bloggers need to sign up a free account, input website or blog details by choosing suitable categories, regions and setup the price for a post. Once all the information is filled up, next is to wait for posting opportunities. Bloggers will be notified when there are new opportunities. Blogger choose to accept the posting opportunities, advertiser make the confirmation and finally payments will be release. All the procedures are just the same as Sponsored Reviews or PayPerPost.
There are few things that make iHype interesting or shall I say much more attractive than other pay for review websites. First of all publishers are able to set their own price. Although publishers can set the price as high as they want, but still only publishers that are being offered posting opportunities makes money. Once tasks are completed, payments are completed within 24 hours to publishers. Payments are done via PayPal. Best of all iHype does not take a cut from the payment. Publishers received 100% of what is offered by advertisers.
It seems that iHype is part of dotnext.inc. There are 2 other companies that are under dotnext.inc but let’s just focus on iHype for now. No doubt iHype has lot of promising advantages but still there are lots of improvement needs to be done. iHype still missing data or figures that needed to prove the things they claim. Statistics and facts of opportunities done and numbers of advertisers together with publishers can be very convincing if shown. Even so the best way is to try it out ourselves, and yet I’m still waiting for my confirmation.
Apart from being a publisher at iHype, there are other money making opportunities at dotnext.inc. Well, it’s more like career opportunities to be more precise. The company is currently accepting resumes for manages and engineer positions. The company is located in California, US. If you’re interested, please check out career page at dotnext.inc.
It’s been a while since I’ve encounter another pay to post or review website, seems like this type of money making opportunities does not work best for me. Still I’ll give it a try.
P/S: Unfortunately iHype is no longer available.