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eXopin Blogging For Money

Now you can sell your blog articles direct to customers using eXopin, a free plug-in which collects payment and seamlessly transfers content.

Read our FAQ section and guide for a better understanding of eXopin, before you get started earning cash to supplement your income with eXopin.

What is eXopin and how do I make money with a blog using it?

eXopin is a plug-in for WordPress, which simply adds a BUY button to your existing blog content, then acts as a payment gateway when someone purchases it. Transferring blog content from one WordPress site to another WordPress site occurs automatically after the transaction is complete: and you'll receive the entire payment sum DIRECTLY into your PayPal account.

eXopin charges *** just 20% commission *** for each blog post you sell, and you'll receive a weekly invoice for the total amount. You'll have a whole seven days to settle the bill using PayPal - and there are no charges if you don't sell anything. Pay commission ONLY when you're making money from blogging.

How do I sign up for eXopin?

  1. After installation of the eXopin plug-in, you'll see an eXopin entry in the left hand menu of your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Hover this, and then click the top entry, eXopin.
  3. Click the PayPal Access button and enter your PayPal credentials to connect your account with eXopin. Once this is done, you will be a verified eXopin user.
  4. The eXopin settings menu is displayed: choose from one of the following options, depending on how you intend to use eXopin:
  • I only sell posts
  • I only buy posts
  • I sell and buy posts
  1. You can change your preferences to different settings any time using the eXopin > eXopin menu in the WordPress dashboard.

How do I set the price of a blog post?

It's incredibly easy to get money for blogging with eXopin. Once you have installed eXopin, and authenticated with PayPal Access, follow these steps:

  1. Select the Posts > All Posts option on the left hand menu of the WordPress dashboard.
  2. Open any blog post in your WordPress dashboard.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom of the page to locate the eXopin widget, which should state "eXopin Not Sold Yet".
  4. Check the Sell this Post box, then select the currency and enter the amount you wish to sell the blog post for.

Don't forget: eXopin charges 20% commission on all sales, so take this into account when you select your asking price.

  1. Click Update when you are ready.

You now need to publish the blog post to the eXopin marketplace (see the next step).

I have set the price of a blog post but it isn't showing up on the eXopin marketplace!

After specifying a blog post to be sold via eXopin, and setting the currency and price, you must now publish it to the eXopin marketplace before potential buyers and other people will be able to see it.

  1. In the WordPress dashboard, click eXopin > eXopin on Sale and a list of your blog posts currently set to "sell" with eXopin are displayed.
  2. Click the option Publish on eXopin Marketplace, then click Submit.

The Buy button is added to your blog post, and it also becomes visible in the eXopin marketplace here:


How does affiliate tracking in eXopin work?

Once you set up eXopin on your WordPress blog and start selling blog posts, you can use the tools provided by eXopin to recruit affiliates to carry out advertising for you. Pay them commission for each blog post they sell.

This is a good way to maximise traffic to your blog, boost your sales and increase your blog writing income. Affiliate tracking is an additional feature of eXopin, and it couldn't be easier to start using. Just follow this guide:

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How do I change my PayPal email address associated with eXopin?

You must ALWAYS make sure you have the correct PayPal email address linked to your eXopin account, so that we can send you the total balance for each of your sold blog posts. If we don't know your correct PayPal address then we can't transfer payment to you.

To update your PayPal email address in eXopin, follow these steps:

  1. Click eXopin > eXopin in the dashboard of your WordPress installation, then click Change PayPal Account.
  2. Enter your new PayPal credentials, just as you did when first signing up for eXopin.

Requires: 3.0.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Active Installs: 70+


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