17 May 2010

Ebuzzing UK Launch




ebuzzing has been around since 2007 but has just started to become popular now.



They are a monetisation company that links bloggers like myself to big named brands; the brands hire Ebuzzing to promote their products/company/services and they pass on the information to bloggers.



For each article you write Ebuzzing will pay a certain amount, whether it be a set amount for the blog post (paid in Euro’s) or on a ‘pay per click’ system for videos.  However the amount is set, bloggers must state that the post is a ‘sponsored post’ in a disclaimer and if you post a video then the name of the advertiser must be visable to viewers.  Bloggers can also set their own price per article.



Ebuzzing helps you every step of the way with the information that is required for each article.  You can write whatever you like, but they give you the code for the links so that it all ‘works’ and you get credited with any funds that you earn.



There are two types of formats that Ebuzzing likes you to use:



Video Campaigns (dedicated players and banners) and Content creation campaigns (creating branded content).  They supply all the coding and give you help as to how to present the information on your blog.





So why should you join Ebuzzing?



Its an easy way to make your blog work for you, get ‘paid’ for the time you put into your blog while making friends and learning about new products and companies via the website.



The registration process is simple, free, and holds no obligation so if its not for you, don’t worry.



Ebuzzing also has a referral program where if you refer a friend with a blog and they complete at least 1 campagain you will receive a certain amount of money (price depends on the page ranking of your friends blog).  If you do refer anyone (or get referred by anyone) please email casey@ebuzzing.com to let him know.



Join Ebuzzing today to make contacts with more than 800 advertisers such as Coca-Cola, Intel, MTV, LʼOréal, MasterCard, Toyota, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, eBay, Canon, Diesel, Warner Bros, Philips and Studiocanal.







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