Saturday, November 10, 2007

An Ad

You may have noticed I'm running an ad for Prosper. Remember my ad policy? I really do think Prosper is a great idea—the grassroots quality of it appeals to me. I know that pf bloggers have had varied experiences acting as lenders on Prosper, and though I don't have any of those posts ready to hand, I encourage you to read them if you're thinking about lending out some of your hard-earned cash. I know, too, that some pf bloggers have borrowed to consolidate debt through Prosper, and I've read mostly positive things from them—again, I encourage you to do your research if you think that's something that might work for you.

Plus, running the ad from now 'til December will cover the cost of the dress I've been eyeballing at Macy's for my parents' annual Christmas party. And that's nice, too.

6 comments:

Sense to Dollars said...

Hmmm, running ads is something I've always been wholey against...but I may consider it if I like a company, like you do with Prosper. Did they approach you, or did you seek them out? How would I go about doing this?

thanks! Have fun in France!!

Sistah Ant said...

now that's creative financing...

E.C. said...

The ad is unobtrusive, isn't for an objectionable product, and doesn't detract from your blog at all. Enjoy your dress!

Prosper Blog Outreach said...

Thanks for the positive thoughts, English Major Money!

I hope that you enjoy that fabulous dress ;)

If anyone else is interested in potentially running an Referral Ad (http://www.prosper.com/referrals/) please feel free to contact me at blog@prosper.com.

Cheers!

SavingDiva said...

I'm going to try to start bidding on loans through Prosper within the next month. I don't mind the ad at all.

Writer's Coin said...

How much does that prosper ad pay?