How to get paid through BlogDash

How to get paid through BlogDash

If you’re reading this post, we’re guessing you’ve become a member of our blogger community, have received some blogging opportunities, and you want to participate. If you are not a member of BlogDash yet, we invite you to create a free blogger account so you can start getting blogging business opportunities.

If you’ve received a pitch but aren’t sure about how to get paid through BlogDash, please follow these steps:

1- Click on the button “Interested” and write down your target rate (if different from the rate specified in the opportunity), your preferred payment method, the time frame needed for you to complete the opportunity, and the time you’d like to give the client to send you the payment. Ask the client to confirm if everything is okay with him/her.
2- If the client agrees to your terms, please write the article and publish it live on your blog on the agreed upon date.
3- In the message window you use to communicate with the client, add:
a. The date the blog story was posted,
b. The link to the blog story (the post link),
c. The links to where you’ve shared the post on your social media accounts (if this was a requirement for the opportunity). (Make sure to add the post links and not the link to your social media pages).
d. Site # of monthly unique visitors (if this was a requirement in the opportunity),
e. PayPal ID for the payment or the required information for the payment method you agreed upon with the client.
f. Any other information the client has asked, and you have agreed, to provide.

Please note: Most of our clients use PayPal to send payment to bloggers. If you don’t have a PayPal account, we strongly recommend that you create one in order to be able to participate in more opportunities and receive payment quickly and easy.

If you prefer to be paid by wire transfer or check, you should discuss issues related to payment delay and bank fees with the client. You and the client should agree on all payment terms before you begin writing the post.

Generally, payment is done 3-5 days after the post is completed and published online. However, if you don’t feel comfortable with this time frame, you should discuss this with the client before you begin writing.

If you have completed a post for a client and haven’t received payment within the time frame you agreed upon, please get in touch with him/her. If the client doesn’t get back to you within a reasonable time, please contact us so we can follow up with him/her.

If you have any suggestions or concerns, please contact at anamaria @ We’re always glad to hear from you.

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About Ana Maria De La Cruz

Ana Maria De La Cruz
I am professional experienced and entrepreneur focused on online media. At 4contentmedia, I lead business development initiatives driving audience acquisition, blogger and strategic relations. You can find more about me on