PayPerPost Blog Submission: Failed, TWICE

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I was trying to submit this blog to PayPerPost but unfortunately it was rejected.

Here is the reason that they emailed me:

Dear jhoy imperial,

This is a notification to let you know that we were unable to approve
your blog, jhoy imperial and the web, due to the following reason(s):

Thanks for your blog submission!

Unfortunately, at this time we cannot approve your blog into the
Marketplace because it is hosted at’s Terms of
Service do not allow paid posts on their hosted blogs. For this reason,
we cannot approve the blog because at anytime can suspend
or delete your account (if doing paid posts) and this will decrease
our advertiser’s campaign results. Please feel free to join a different
blog hosting community, and resubmit your blog.

If you have any questions please contact us at any time.

That’s okay because i still have other blog accounts. And so, submitted a new blog. This time it was my blogger account. On the second time, another unapproved blog.

Dear jhoy imperial,

This is a notification to let you know that we were unable to approve
your blog, inquisitive mind, due to the following reason(s):

Thank you for your blog submission!

Our sincere apologies for just getting to back to you.  We have been
slightly overwhelmed with Blog proposals!

Unfortunately, as per our terms of service, submitted blogs must have
at least 10 written posts in the past 30 days in order to be accepted to
our Marketplace.  Please re-submit when you meet this requirement.
Feel free to use PPP Direct and Affiliate tools while you work on meeting
the requirements of our Marketplace!

Thank you!  P @ IZEA

I haven’t been posting in my blogger account for 2 months now. 😦 so sad. I was so excited to join payperpost.

Well I guest, I just have to try again and again and again ….

Aja! 🙂


6 thoughts on “PayPerPost Blog Submission: Failed, TWICE

    Mircea said:
    April 22, 2008 at 1:21 PM

    Why not just get a cheap hosting account and install WordPress and off you go :)?

    jhOy imPeRiaL responded:
    April 22, 2008 at 1:30 PM

    thanks for the advice.

    i was thinking about that already and planning to have a wordpress blog in my own personal site.

    i just don’t have the time right now. i am planning to backup all my blogs and place them all together in a single blog site once i have got a hosting server.

    sparkyboi said:
    April 23, 2008 at 10:17 AM

    Hi jhOy~ Thanks for dropping by my blog! It’s nice to see u there.

    Why not i suggest you export all your posts from wordpress to blogger? so you can subscribe to payperpost. 🙂

    btw which country you’re from? Such service is so cool.

    jhOy imPeRiaL responded:
    April 23, 2008 at 10:38 AM

    welcome to my blog sparkyboi!

    actually, i am planning to cross-post for now while i set up for my own site. i’ll be using wordpress for my own blog in a paid hosting.

    thanks for the tip!


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    jccleofe said:
    April 30, 2008 at 3:11 AM


    PPP rejected my blog also and even if you get blog hosting at they won’t let you post any paid post unless you subscribe to become a VIP host which will cost you more and you also need approval from WordPress if you are qualified to become a VIP host.

    This is the email I got from WP:

    Our paid upgrades do not allow ads, widgets, or any of these other things. If you wanted these options you would need to become a VIP host or use the self-hosted version of WordPress from

    Nick Momrik
    Automattic |


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