Friday, August 20, 2010

I Signed Up for SocialSpark

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.

Navigating SocialSpark is like your first day on the job. Like any new job you ask questions and learn about what is expected of you. My first day exploring SocialSpark was a learning experience. Learning SocialSpark is just like learning any other site. It takes time and effort.

I am mostly impressed with support and how quickly my questions were answered. Although I did read some negative posts about bloggers not receiving opportunities and complaints about not being able to reach payout for long periods of time. That to me is discouraging!

I find SocialSpark confusing for newbie’s and hard to navigate. What has me confused is it appears there are several site to join in SocialSpark I even got lost in another site then could not find my way back to SocialSpark.

It seems that SocialSpark is in the process of switching to a newer version of SocialSpark that is what is causing a lot of confusion. With that in mind and the awesome support along with high paying advertisers and the recent change for payout which was $50 now you have the option to pay a $2 fee to receive your money before payout or you can let your money build up to $50 with no fees.

From what I have seen is the staff is constantly making improvements to SocialSpark. The bloggers are number one priority.

In my opinion the benefits of this site will exceed any problems it may cause you as a blogger. Sign up for SocialSpark it will payoff.

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