Allan showed up in the comments section of my blog post New York Times, Don't Die, Live. I replied. Then we switched to email. Now we are scheduled for a three way chat session tomorrow morning, him, me and someone from his team.
Right now I don't have a solid grasp as to the vision of this particular team, or how well they are going to execute, but the idea itself is a trailblazer. It is about time something like this got done.
Some questions that have popped up in my mind:
- Who turns a blog into a password protected blog? Would that be a separate service?
- Who will go seek the advertisers? If readers opt to pay for 99 cents or less through viewing ads, who makes sure to get those advertisers?
- Can you get all the credit card options and still get paid only through PayPal as a blogger?
- What would be PayCheckr's cut? A percentage? What percentage?
Netizen: The First Blog To Place The PayCheckr Button
The PayCheckr Promise
PayCheckr: Bringing Money Into Blogging?