iPhone Addicts: Get The App That Pays You to Use It!

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

ChopsYep.  You read that headline right.  WeReward is an iPhone App that pays you for doing what you’re already doing — how sweet is that?   Say you want a coffee, just check your iPhone to see which of your local coffee shops is offering check-in rewards, then go get your coffee at that shop and you’ll actually earn cash back on the sale.  Here, check out this video.  It explains things much more clearly than I can.

This is so cool I wish I had an iPhone! Just think, I could put it to work earning money through WeReward.com and it would help pay for itself. That’s what I call a sweet deal.

First you need to visit WeReward, Download the App and link it to your favorite social media app like Twitter, Facebook or Foursquare. Once you’re linked, you’re ready to start earning points. Most of the check-ins are worth five points (equal to five cents) but I’ve seen tasks worth up to ten times that much — and the tasks are fun! They’re kind of like treasure hunts with real treasure.

So, why are you just sitting there?  Start downloading all ready, then the next time you go to the video store or your favorite pizza place you can earn cash back. WeReward is a brand new app.  You can be the first one to introduce it to your friends.

Visit my sponsor: WeReward for iPhone

Creating Buzz

One of the reasons sponsors pay bloggers to blog, is to create “buzz”.  Sponsored Conversations bring people’s attention to the featured products or brands, and hopefully even start people talking about them.  I recently wrote a paid post for a storage outfit.  Some of my readers were interested and asked questions.  A couple were curious because they or someone they know will be moving soon.  Conversations unfolded in the comments — and maybe even in their personal lives away from the blog.

Izea, a leader in social media networking, offers several mediums where bloggers and sponsors can connect, look each other over, and make a deal beneficial to both.  Clicking the link will take you to a FREE independent report on how and why social networking works.  The  link will say “download” but it opens in a tab on your browser — at least it did for me!

If you are interested in paid blogging — as a blogger or an advertiser — read the report and check Izea out!  They hooked me.  That’s  why I’m writing this.

(Btw, if you want more traffic to your blog, Izea even has a feature called Blog U Back, that can help you as a blogger draw attention to YOUR brand name — you know, that one you call “title” on your blog.)

This was a sponsored post.  The links were removed on 10.12.09

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What Will They Think of Next?!

Breaking news:

Would you believe, Twitter, the online social messaging service (read that “self-promotion service”) will soon be tweeting paid advertising?   Yep, Twitter is joining the “pay you to blog” platforms and soon there will be $weet Tweet$ all over the net.  No longer will business people have to tweet their own horn, they can pay other twits to do it for them!

$weet Tweet$ (my name, not theirs) hasn’t launched yet, but Izea is accepting early sign-ups.  If you apply now you can get in on the ground floor and start earning money for your tweets from day one.  I personally think this move is going to finally give Twitter some real value because right now,  for the most part, I don’t really think anybody is so important I need to know where they are or what they’re doing 24/7.  Heck, I can’t even keep track of me that long!

You may have heard of Izea before.  They are the folks who brought you, Pay Per Post.  There’s something new going on there, too.  Pay Per Post v4.0 alpha has eliminated the red tape.  You no longer have to wait for your blog to be approved.  You sign up, create your profile, set your own price and wait for the advertizers to call you!  It’s as easy as that!  Go on over to Pay Per Post and check it out!  Tell them I sent you!  (You can do that by clicking the link.)

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