SocialSpark is now open for everybody!

Heads up fellow home based business entrepreneurs and online money makers working from home, take note that SocialSpark, a brand new (they have been around as a Beta program for quite some time) Social Marketing Network that provides an online advertising platform for advertisers and bloggers is now officially open!

This would mean that you folks out there have another great online money making option! Great!

I have been waiting for this very moment for a very long time simply because I like their transparent concept that is search engine friendly especially to Google. As you folks all know, Google has big problems with paid links and paid postings and Google encouraged those who sold links and did paid postings to place “no-follow” attributes or they will face severe penalties. Losing Google PageRanks is one of Google’s well known punishments for failure to adhere to their strict quality guidelines.

With SocialSpark, you don’t have to worry about being penalized since every sponsored link in SocialSpark has a “no-follow” link. SocialSpark is probably the first Google-friendly paid-to-blog site in the online world! Well done, SocialSpark!

Take a look at this profile owned by ‘roxiticus desperate housewives’ if you are wondering how yours will look like if you decided to join SocialSpark. You can put whatever details you like in your profile, giving advertisers the opportunity to get to know you and hopefully they will come knocking and offer you opportunities to make money. :-)

Come and join SocialSpark today, folks!

This post is sponsored by SocialSpark
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