Why Blogitive Isn’t As Bad As It Seems

I have written in the past on the pros and cons of Blogitive. The main disadvantages of Blogitive are the payout for each post is only $5 and that you are required two normal posts in between their posts. Although veteran “paid-to-write” bloggers may not place it as one of their favorite income generators, Blogitive is still a good place to start for beginners.

One of the biggest disadvantages of Blogitive is that it requires at least two normal posts in between their posts. This may seem that you need to write two interim posts for every post you write for them. This is untrue.

Let’s take a look at their TOS on this subject.

There must be at least 2 non-paid posts of at least 50 words each between this post and the any other posts you have written for us.

The keywords there are “any other posts you have written for us”. That means that you will need to have at least two interims in between any of their posts. However, they do allow you to add in a sponsored post written by other companies between them.

That means that the below situation is allowed:

  • normal post
  • blogitive post
  • normal post
  • other company’s post
  • normal post
  • blogitive post
  • normal post

So you see, you can still maintain that “one sponsored post to one interim post” if you write for Blogitive. You just need to add in another post from another company in between the two interim posts. I have done this many times before and have no problem with it.


2 thoughts on “Why Blogitive Isn’t As Bad As It Seems

  1. TenthOfMarch says:

    @Jason
    I notice that the offers in Blogitive don’t come everyday. Or maybe it does but I missed it. However, when the offers come, they can reach up to 10 each time. Everytime that happens, I will only grab a handful. Sometimes, I don’t even have time to finish those up (lazy).

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