I know that most bloggers out there have pretty much tried every aspect of being able to earn money without actually having to “work” for it. People slap on the adsense script and hope that their visitors might click (be it accidentally or not) so they can earn money. The new wave have been people wanting to make money through payperpost.
I’ll be the first to admit that I tried google’s adsense, but I didn’t have it as the main “feature” of my personal website. I had it on a livejournal layout forum that my website had hosted–it made very little money, close to maybe $17.00’ish over the year it was up. That’s nowhere near close to what the payout is ($100).]
Granted I currently have just earned $2.50 (and paid out after the 30-day wait period) but I was paid for the single blog I had done. It doesn’t sound like much, but if you figure that there’s more then 20 opportunities to take, it’s a lot easier to make easy money through payperpost which takes a little effort to make creative blog posts, as opposed to slapping up the ugly script for ads (and who wants ads on their site anyway?)
I think it’s only logical that bloggers who receive upwards for 10,000 hits a day to use google adsense, as they’re more than likely to make more money with that amount of hits, versus a blogger who gets decently close to that in a month. Either way, I’m definitely going to hit up ppp some more just to have a few extra bucks a month.