Opportunity alert! yes, this is a new writing site. The owner and founder was the founder of Full of Knowledge (FoK) and Expert Pages (EP). PAA was like bubblews but it needs 100 words per post and it also allows republishing. The CPM now is $9.59 per 1000 views, it my fluctuate but the highest CPM i have seen there was $41 per 1000 views. And it's really easy!!!! And its quite addicting now! Join the site and community
-isolation- my name there.
What website is this called? I never heard of PAA. So, it is a good site for writing only 100 words per post. KenDean, have you heard of WebAnswers? It is also a good site for asking and answering questions.
I'm not quite sure if I'll be joining. The page does not seem to look pretty legit and let alone appealing. Still, thanks for sharing this to us!
I can't find it on Google under PAA or the full title. Can you be more specific about how to find it without posting a real link?
I am a member - but not written my first post yet. It's on my To Do List, but not super high priority today.
This site looks pretty simple, but almost $10 per 1000 views is extremely high. But is it difficult to get 1000 views? High CPM is good, but means nothing if traffic is low.
Never heard of this site till now.
You own the content, you will maintain its copyright You can speak freely there, like bubblews The site pays 28 days after the month, like your earning on Oct. will be sent on nov.
Visited the site but did not see any where how to include your Adsense info. Does anyone know how you get paid if they do not have this information?
You dont need adsense there, you get paid per views and the pay rate for this month is $9.59 per 1000 views
When I am logged in it says $4.11 per 1,000 views (1/10th of the August amount).
I'll have to give this one a try once I find out how payment is made. Thanks for the info. I don't see anything about creating an account either on the front page of the site, nor a link to do so. When clicking through the pages, all I'm seeing are advertising links.
Payment is sent through paypal , the email address you had registered. They earn through adsense and other advertisement programs. The site has a high paying rate and there is no payment issues, everyone is getting paid
The site has been online less than two months. Have you actually received a payment from them?
I'm wondering this too. It's a site I don't trust totally yet, but maybe just because it's new.
Some people have been paid already, I am new there but lots of people are happy there.
But I couldn't even find any articles on the sites, just advertising links.
postanyarticle(dot)com - note singular !!! 'article'. Searches => post office
it's on the main page. when you post an article you will see on the post section the articles youve published, and all the articles. Are you familiar with wordpress?
This sounds interesting! Thanks for the information!
I may try it and will attempt to connect with any of you already there. Thanks!
OK< I'm SpaceWriter over there, but have not figured out how to follow anyone yet. But I will.
still the site was on improvement. We will soon have that. see you there
How much information do people need to give away about themselves in order to get paid there?
Webanswers and all the other similar sites are good, yes but ... if somebody is reporting you for whatever reasons it's a loss, and yes, it's happened/happening to me. Why? no idea.
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