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Bob Sings the Praises of "Review My Post"

The downtown branch of the Toledo-Lucas County Public Library is among Subcomandante Bob's favorite haunts, and he can often be found hogging the Internet computers, sometimes requiring the intervention of library security officials to pry him from the Net at closing time.

One of the reasons that Bob has been spending extra time on the computer of late has been his involvement with blog revenue gurus PayPerPost, who pay bloggers to review products and create publicity for advertisers. Bob has found PayPerPost to be an excellent supplement to his standard forms of income, which include blatant panhandling, civic graft, and some other activities of questionable legal standing.

PayPerPost recently announced a new program called "Review My Post", which allows bloggers to make money and also increase blog traffic. Some of Bob's readers are also bloggers, and some of them have stopped Bob on the street to complain about his commercial efforts on this blog.

"Bob," they say, "you're an artist, man. You should do what you love for the joy it brings others."

Bob always chuckles at these comments, which usually come from people better dressed than he and who tool around town in Lexuses and BMWs. It's always the wealthy who are offended when the little guy makes a buck, right?

Anyways, "Review My Post" is pretty simple: you get paid every time someone signs up and reviews a post on your blog. The pprogram is open to all bloggers and is terrific for bloggers who don't want to place sponsored posts on their blogs.

Bloggers just add a badge at the end of their post and earn money, build traffic, and make lots of new friends without any additional effort.

Bob hopes to use the proceeds of sponsored posts like this to start hanging around art galleries, where he can turn up his nose at painters and sculptors who charge for their work. Just kidding - he'll go to the galleries for the free food, booze, and camraderie, especially those crazy art gallery chicks, who are known to do some wild things with paints when they get liquored up.

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