Payperpost continues its “hit campaign” on Scoble

As long as you guys keep linking to me I’m happy that someone is paying you to post. Heheheh!

Speaking of which, if you wanna get paid to blog there’s a lot better way to do THAT than get paid a few bucks to post. I know of a few companies right now hiring bloggers. I don’t even have to link to them. I bet that within a few minutes someone will post a link to the sites that are listing jobs for bloggers.

For everyone else: PayPerPost is paying people to link to me and make fun of me. Damn, why didn’t I think of that?
;-)

34 thoughts on “Payperpost continues its “hit campaign” on Scoble

  1. Hey Scoble, you’re a good sport :)

    My girlfriend asked me to say to “say hi” to you for her…we met you last year at a “geek dinner”/hang out in Palo Alto after the Blog Business Summit ended. She felt that most of the bloggers and geeks who attended were full of themselves and arrogant, while you were humble and down to earth.

    We’re both glad that you’re here in the Bay Area now and that you can take a joke :)

  2. Hey Scoble, you’re a good sport :)

    My girlfriend asked me to say to “say hi” to you for her…we met you last year at a “geek dinner”/hang out in Palo Alto after the Blog Business Summit ended. She felt that most of the bloggers and geeks who attended were full of themselves and arrogant, while you were humble and down to earth.

    We’re both glad that you’re here in the Bay Area now and that you can take a joke :)

  3. Please stop referring to yourself in the third-person in your post titles, it is getting really annoying. It makes you sound like an arrogant douchebag. Maybe you are, I don’t know, but it is really lame regardless.

  4. Please stop referring to yourself in the third-person in your post titles, it is getting really annoying. It makes you sound like an arrogant douchebag. Maybe you are, I don’t know, but it is really lame regardless.

  5. Hit campaign?? More like a lovefest.

    The post you reference looks like it was driven by a PPP opportunity that made no mention of you. Rather, it asked for rumors about Ted or the company — and somehow you still got some linklove.

    Your concern is either paranoia or link-baiting ;-)

    But, keep it up — this soap opera adds a little flavor to the sea of Web2.0 reviews out there (thanks Arrington)!

    Hey — do I get some prize for commenting to Scoble, referencing PayPerPost, tweaking Arrington and linking to Digg in my sig all with one stone?!?!

  6. Hit campaign?? More like a lovefest.

    The post you reference looks like it was driven by a PPP opportunity that made no mention of you. Rather, it asked for rumors about Ted or the company — and somehow you still got some linklove.

    Your concern is either paranoia or link-baiting ;-)

    But, keep it up — this soap opera adds a little flavor to the sea of Web2.0 reviews out there (thanks Arrington)!

    Hey — do I get some prize for commenting to Scoble, referencing PayPerPost, tweaking Arrington and linking to Digg in my sig all with one stone?!?!

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