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Howto: Sell yourself cheap

No, I'm not going to write how to sell your marketable skills nor your product or anything else but how to humiliate yourself online for money.


If you decided to do that then you are few steps away from humiliating and selling yourself cheaply


  1. Go to PayPerPost

  2. Sign up as blogg

  3. Start blogging for money

  4. plug a post encouraging and recommending a product or service that you don't know but you want it's money





Once you do that you will find your name in history book - chapter 12 - wall of shame






Now some of you may say I'm selling myself cheap and my blog is full of advertisements, Well, all ads block are easily identified as ads spot, so there is no way for people to think that I'm recommending this product or that one but with PayPerPost you will be writing for money and you will be recommending service and products maybe you didn't use but they pay well so you write well also and this is the way to loose your creditability.

I would be happy to get paid for what I write in my blog without being controlled of what to write, how to write it and ohh it's 49 words when it should be 50 words to get your money


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