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I Signed Up for SocialSpark!

{This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine.}

Should you check out SocialSpark? Take a moment to find out why I signed up, and decide if it is right for you and your family.

With our newest baby on the way (due in January) I have been looking for ways to add some additional cash flow for our family. Who isn't looking for additional money these days? I found SocialSpark through Simply Stacie's Blog, and decided after checking it out to sign-up. While checking out it out I found that SocialSpark stresses full disclosure with the readers of these reviews in their Code of Ethics. They take violating the readers trust very seriously. That is what made me decide to register with SocialSpark, because I am not interested in compromising my integrity with a slanted or biased review. What is the point of taking the time to review a product if your review is going to be slanted or biased from the start? Once I started the registration process it took me under ten minutes to complete. Not bad when you think about how long it would take to fill out a full job application, LOL! The website is very straightforward and easy to navigate. This lets me spend time working for money and not spending time looking to find work. I am looking forward to seeing how SocialSpark will aid me in my quest to add funds to the family pocket book. 

Here was another review of SocialSpark that I found helpful by Dragon Blogger.


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  1. Thanks for signing up! I just signed up there too but need to figure out how to get that code installed to validate my blog!!


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