Wednesday, September 12, 2007

No More Dreaming about Interim Post

Check this out...

Each PayPerPost post must be immediately preceded and immediately followed by at least one non-sponsored, original content post. 'Sponsored' posts apply to both PayPerPost Direct and Marketplace Opportunities, as well as other sponsored posts from competitive services.


PPP has revised the controversial ToS to the above. This is what I have been practicing. Non paid post before and after PPP. However they have come out with Best Practices that can be found at PPP University. (Wah...PPP also got U!)

Read this...

Try to separate each sponsored post with at least one non sponsored post. Please remember that the ToS requires that each PayPerPost sponsored post have a non sponsored post before and after that post.


Normally I will do the above for paid post that are not contextual link. Normally contextual link are in my personal post. Like the one I wrote about Sate Worm, there's actually a contextual link in it. Btw, if you were to read it, I did not create the story. Many have agreed to what I wrote. :P

4 comments:

amother said...

I'm still very confusing about the TOS. I have no idea what they require actually. Is only non paid post in between PPP post or apply to all the paid post?

TOS showed apply to all the post. but Beast practice showed "ToS requires that each PayPerPost sponsored post have a non sponsored post before and after that post."

SYH said...

Dear Posties,
Thanks to all of you who provided your thoughts and input during recent discussions about interim posts.
Please note the recent change to the Terms of Service. Specifically, Section 5.5.A Frequency of Posts. Read over this carefully as we will be implementing the rule in our reviews starting with posts submitted on 9/12/07.
Please note, the main goal of PayPerPost Posties has been, and remains, providing quality blogs with quality content. To further promote this, we have also released PayPerPost Best Practices today!! This includes some suggestions that will help make your blog a success with PPP!


Are you sure only non paid post before and after ppp? I don't think so.

Michelle said...

Only PPP...just make sure you have non sponsored before and after PPP, no link at all if possible, even if the link is non paid. Play safe. :)

If you can have non paid interim in every paid post, better still. :)

IMMomsDaughter said...

The TOS is still confusing, many are saying interim of non paid is required for all paid post regardless PPP or not :P