Sparking Social Web Life

This blog has been quite idle in the money-making business for the past few months. But now with SocialSpark, I could make some cash with my blog, and not just waste my time Internet-ing my life away. And it's not just all about monetizing your blog, with SocialSpark, you can also build communities where you can promote your blog among fellow bloggers and advertisers. And if you think you don't have enough traffic, SocialSpark is also a good way to boost it, because the more you check out your fellow bloggers' blogs, they usually reciprocate the visit and if they find your blog interesting enough, there's nothing stopping them from visiting again.

Most bloggers are crazy about getting high PR, but if you barely have any visitors, what's the point of having a high one? Yes, I'm serious about that question. Anyway, I got invited into SocialSpark a long time ago, back when SocialSpark was still in Alpha. But now, lookee:

To get a feel of the SocialSpark blogger homepage, here's a screenshot:

SocialSpark also has a code of ethics:

-100% Audit-able In-Post Disclosure
-100% Transparency
-100% Real Opinions
-100% Search Engine Friendly

There are a lot of opportunities that even new bloggers can take, just as long as your blog's three months old and not loaded with adult content, it's all good. Bloggers are also nuts about stats, and each blog profile has its own analytics overview where you can view your RealRank, Alexa Rank, the number of pageviews, and also the number of visitors that the blog receives.

Since I am still fairly new to SocialSpark, I think I'm gonna need more time to check things out then write again on how SocialSpark is. And while you're reading this, why not sign up as well and prop my blog so I can prop your blog too?

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