But if you are not a member and not yet familiar with it, let me do the honor of telling you what it is. SocialSpark is a promising social marketing community where advertisers and bloggers can connect with each other. Now I'm not going to tell bloggers out there to hop in and join us in this community ASAP but I'd like to point out SocialSpark features that may be interesting to bloggers who want to monetize their blogs.
So why Socialspark?
First, because from a blogger’ point of views, I’m saying that creating an account is easy peasy. All you have to do is supply your email address and your password. A confirmation email is then sent to with further instructions to activate your account.
Here's what the signup page looks like:
As a verified blogger (account successfully created), you now have a way to take opportunities and write content and get paid on a per post basis. You may also take on sponsorship for your blog and get paid on a daily basis. Either way, you have an option which you’d prefer.
Also, you can promote yourself or your blog through Socialspark. There’s a feature there called Sparky which you can set so that your blog or content will be promoted in the Blogosphere thru other bloggers. This way you can generate more traffic and maximize social media exposure.
From its name alone, it’s not a big surprise that Socialspark is a social networking site, too. Maybe even a better social networking site at that. Because not only can you connect with blogging friends or better yet, make new friend through it but you can earn money as well. And get this, it’s not really just bloggers you can connect with, you can also have advertisers get engaged with you. Now, no other marketing community or social networking site is offering that, right?
Here's how my page looks like:Notice the feedback system used: thru props/drops (thumbs-up/down) and comment. You can also see my friends, the props I have and other blogger statistics.
Last but definitely not the least, SocialSpark is built on very reasonable code of ethics/policies that could be encapsulated as follows:
100% Audit-able In-Post Disclosure
100% Real Opinions
100% Search Engine Friendly
So what do you think?