Saturday 8 December 2007

Sharing the love of all things P...

People often wonder just what it is I get up to living in Thailand. That was the main reason I started this blog…to release the mystery and allow myself the joy to yabba on in my native tongue to the faceless hordes. If you’ve read this post you’ll be aware that we have an officey type business at home with the internet, post office, whathaveyou.. Unless you’re under the impression that this brings in millions of mula a month ohoho you are sadly living in the fantasy world that I wish to abide in dressed in my solid gold dressing gown while my butler answers my emails.

For the last month or so I’ve been spending an inordinate amount of time on the internet (so unlike me!) being productive rather than surfing the net finding bizarre things like how women can now pee standing up with the use of strange cardboard accessories!As fascinating as that is, I’ve stumbled upon several good sites that advertise work from home job opportunities (ooh brainwave - I could market said accessories in Thailand!) including freelance writing, paid forum contributions and PayPerPost.

Pay Per Post is now offering 20 buckaroonies (US$20) to sign up and write reviews and seriously, anyone in their right mind living in a village in the back of beyond earning pittance would jump sky high to receive. Coincidentally enough I fall into that category. PPP rocks because it’s not a get rich quick scam (which I desperately wish I could find!) but an opportunity for people to get a bit of extra income here and there. You’ve probably noticed I have a bit of Google Adsense set up which to be honest isn’t doing a lot so I figured that since I have a blog and since I have an opinion perhaps these two could join forces to get a little somefin somefin back.. hence the PayPerPost get paid to blog addition. You can write about web sites, products or services and earn cash for providing your opinion, which if I do say so myself, I'm an expert at. I found the love of PPP on millions, well dozens, of websites so I thought I'd join in the fun. Opportunities for posts are displayed webboard style with how many words are required and how much is paid. I hope my lovely readers will understand where I'm coming from adding the PPP element and be sure to let me know of any at home work opportunities that come up aaand to join PPP themselves if the desire overtakes you... really you can just click the pretty purple button to monetize your own blog by blogging..what a novel concept!

5 commentaramas:

Anonymous said...

hmm. wish I'd heard about the p-mate before Homebake yesterday. Yes, the music festival is everywomans port-a-loo panacea. ew.

Love you

lillian said...

Just found your blog through expat women ! Hi from Chiang Mai :-)

Amy T said...

Cool idea! I see also you changed your blog color from the dark green. A friend of mine who lives in Bangkok writes for Associated Content and you can get paid for that too.

This is her profile, she's written many articles!

Mel said...

So completely green you were at that Beck! Shivers remembering the stinky portaloos!

Hi Lillian - is this where I tell you I've been a silent reader of your blog for a while?! Thanks for finding me and saying hi :-D

Amy - Hope the new colour is ok? Is your friend American. I did check out AC but it said you had to be American to get paid..bummer cos it does look good! Thanks so much for the info tho.

Carol said...

I don't know what you were worried about hon!!

C x