Don’t rush into giving money to any blogger to get your works published on his/her website.
Follow these 5 steps/things before considering the above:
There are sites that charge from
N5,000, N10,000, N15,000, N25,000, N50,000, N100,000 just for a single post (sponsored).
Don’t pay to get your works published when a site is below a year.
That site should gain ground before thinking of CHARGING for posts.
Before you give out that kind of money, kindly go through these 5 steps/things.
- Copy any topic that is more than 24hours on the site, paste it on Google and see the result(s).
You might not know the original owner of that post. But the search results will tell more about that site.
Check evidence of registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
Check where you are asked to pay money into. Don’t always pay into personal account. Pay into a corporate account. He who is ready to do business must register his/her business.
Following point 1.
Paste the topic on Google and wait for results. Especially if you consider that post an original post from that website. Begin to browse through the first page of Google. Move on to the second. Third etc. Your result should tell you otherwise.
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- Following point 2.
Some sites with heavy duty back links might plagiarize a work from an up and coming website, when such a topic is searched on
Those super sites might drown the up and coming site(s).
Then, go to www.alexa.com
Search the worldwide rank of the site. If it is below 14,000,000.
Also check on Google Play store if that site has at least an Android app for download.
Else, don’t waste your money in publishing on it.
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- Search the net worth of that site on www.siteprice.org
If the net worth is not more than $300 just beware. Don’t waste your money for that cheap blogger.
- Search the name of that site. E.g www.pengician.com
“Pengician” to see if it has more than a page on Google first page.
Else, don’t give your money to that cheap blogger.
© SIR A-ONE
Goodnews Andrew Eruemuare also known as SIR A-ONE is a writer & blogger. CEO of