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PJ's last Credit

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Bloggers who work on a paid article know what PJ is this is the Postjoint website. I was happy later this year that finally they appreciate and see that one of my blog is worth to publish a paid article. Honestly, the concept is pretty easy. Basically, all you have to do is to bid from different advertisers whom you think their article fits your blog niches. If the advertiser sees that your blog has the potential to publish their article, they will accept your offer and then, what you need to do is to simply copy and paste the article that the advertiser wrote with at least 1-2 links.

I assume it was last month; I was so lucky when every time I bid to it’s their maximum offer, the advertiser would accept it without any changes. I grabbed the opportunity to earn. It was a very smooth transaction between the advertisers and me.

Until just recently this month, PJ had changed their theory. I don’t see concept when they mentioned more money to come to us [bloggers] because of their new rules. When you say bloggers will bring in more money, meaning they won’t splurge a dime to get an advertiser right? Nevertheless, PJ doesn’t see it that way, as we need to buy credits in order for the accepted offers to be published. Please correct me if I am wrong.


The perception is very confusing, if bloggers are earning then, why we need to buy credits for the accepted articles to be published. Anyways, I don’t want to confuse your relaxed mind, I will be using the last Credit that PJ gave me for this month, which I thought will be a monthly giveaway from them but according to another blogger it’s just a Christmas gift. Not really sure if what happens next but for now, I’ll stop bidding at PJ and see what happen next. 

14 comments:

  1. Just an observation, if positive, take action. We go to things that can give us a positive feedback on our lives.

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  2. Oh, cool. How much do you earn from PJ? Maybe just a ball park figure, if you don't mind.

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  3. I'm not sure I understand the system...you now have to spend money to make it?

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  4. in the first place it should be the advertiser who has to pay for the supposed fee that we bloggers need to pay, right? i also do not understand the new system, however, thanks to PJ i've earned from them too :)

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  5. They become greedy. I am on m,y last two credits for the free ones they gave this month as well. I don't plan on paying just to get an opportunity, sigh.

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  6. i tried to apply in that site b4 but i think i am not qualified haha. Anyhow, I haven't tried anything like this before really. I am just happy somehow I am not able to be in this thing. goodluck to you sis

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  7. I'm still bidding at PJ inspired by a good friend who bought credits and managed to earn back what she paid for in a flash. It is just sad though that bloggers now have to purchase publishing credits :(

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  8. I see it as business Novs, we lose one credit for every $20 paid to us, if we bought credits at the highest price ($3/credit), we still get $17, however, if we buy in bulk, we only pay $1.50/credit. I guess PJ wanted to earn from both bloggers and advertisers, I do not really mind, still better than payu2 for me which only pay $5 per post, and I still have to write. With PJ, despite buying credits, I still could get more than $20 per post despite buying credits, and not write anything since opps are just copy and paste. So, yes, I still bid at PJ.

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  9. I don't buy the idea of buying credit but good for me, I often get some work from PJ.. lol

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  10. I have earned a lot from them with the old system but since I got really busy with work, i never got the chance to place any bids at all. I do not mind bidding if the article is written so well.

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  11. Hmm...I don't get, really. Why do you have to buy credits to bid? So if no one accepts your bid, you'll be losing money instead of earning. Isn't it a bit risky for bloggers?

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  12. It has been awhile since I had offers from PJ :-( and also they only left one blog in their system :-(

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  13. Sounds like a non winning proposition on the blogger's end. I wonder how they make more money out of this new system.

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  14. I am not familiar with PJ but I am glad that tgis article was written. It made me aware of it.

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