Put an end to ** "All Considered" ($10 or less) **
Perhaps a $10 category should be included, as the "all considered" option, which could open things to bidding and make it better for all, is exclusively - at least from what I've seen - used by people who state elsewhere (Only under $10).
The All Considered option is now optional. Marketers can also enter any specific budget so this should no longer be of concern.
Jennifer Reimer commented
Publishers need to make decent money, otherwise none of this would exist - my website's existence relies on paid posts right now.
Daniel Tan commented
$10 is a fair amount for Advertisers to pay, considering Advertisers have to produce the content where it involves the biggest cost. Bloggers can go low at $10 if the content is engaging. This kinda puts everyone on a win-win ground.
$10 should go back to the options.
Igor Gjurovski commented
As a blogger I agree with Laura. Sometimes it is nice to have $10 instead to spend couple days in bidding and not get anything.
Laura Ginn commented
Advertisors point of view:
I've just had you email me about this and I don't agree. If I don't place "offers under $10 only" on my post I am left with five bids at $25 which I can't afford. You used to have a $10 option but removed it - I don't see why? I'm trying to get relevant bids on my articles and can't afford more than $10 so I don't see why you can't reintroduce the category. Otherwise my only option is to keep relisting and relisting a post until I find someone who is within my budget. You'd be surprised by how many blog owners will place an offer for $10 when the title says ($10 or less) and how the same blog owners will ask for $25 when there is nothing in the title.