Showing posts from February 25, 2007
Top 10 Death Penalty Blogs

I copied this from Hey why isnt my blog there!

1) Capital Defense WeeklyThis blog is an obvious labor of love for Karl Keys, the Massachusetts defense attorney who has visibly put countless hours into making it the most up-to-date and informative blog about U.S. capital punishment anywhere, with plenty of information on ongoing cases and recent rulings. Presumably it really was a weekly newsletter when it was founded in 1997, but now it's updated almost every day.

2) Meet VernonVernon Evans is a prisoner on Maryland's death row, convicted of killing two hotel clerks in 1983. He proclaims his innocence. While working through the long appeals process, he maintains this blog through a friend who forwards him questions from users and posts his answers online, providing a rare glimpse into the life of a man sentenced to die.

3) Asia Death PenaltyIn the United States, the death penalty is a divisive issue, but the vast majority of executions take p…
Make your Blog Work For You With Pay Per Post

This new segmentation system awards bloggers with high traffic blogs. You could make $1000 for a single sponsored post! Ive been using it. I like that you can choose from so many different topics because I like to write about things I know about. It has been easy for me to find opportunitites that I have used in the past and liked. I regularly leave links and posts about places I use so its really nice to get a chance to get paid for it.

Also...Did you know that PPP only charges a 35% service fee compared to ReviewMe that charges a 100% markup. They are taking half your money for every post! You can get high paying opps more often and put more in your pocket with PPP.

PPP makes sense for high traffic and lower traffic bloggers alike.

A disclosure is needed at the end of your blog. This is a good idea anyway even if you dont get paid for it because if you give out advice or referrals or even just reccommendations you dont want anyone putt…