The World of Sponsored Posts - Checking out SocialSpark

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.
Socialspark_smallSo, I've always been interested in economics, and finding different ways to make money for the work that I do and the things that I enjoy. You'll notice that I have ads on my site.  However, I'm more interested in learning firsthand how Google AdSense works rather than thinking that I'll earn enough to support an income let alone a sandwich. Thus, I'm curious as to what it would be like to earn money for sponsored posts, so I signed up for an opportunity through SocialSpark.


The process of signing up was fairly straight-forward. I gave my email address, created a user name, linked to my Paypal account (for payments, signing up for SocialSpark is free), and within a few days, my account was active. I promptly glanced through the Code of Ethics, and completed my profile which included tags, demographics, and a link to my blog.

My first “assignment” was to create a blog post talking about SocialSpark, the process of signing up for an account and my experiences so far. Not exactly the most glamorous entry, but we’ll see where it takes us. Fear not, my primary focus of Chanatown will be continuing to reflect on teaching teachers technology. I’ll use SocialSpark to throw in some variety and possibly raise some money for charity. I’ll be donating the $5.00 earned from this 200 word entry to the American Red Cross.
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