Before you post your response, read the blog post. It's a good one to read which has a few points.
As a full-time guest blogger, I sometimes feel like I’ve seen it all—fake names, odd responses, rude comments, the absent-minded who forgot who I was—but the majority are, of course, normal. However, editors asking me, the writer, to pay to put my content on their site has been a growing trend. Quite frankly, I found this a bit odd. Many websites are thrilled to have my content because they feel it is quality content, I promote the content to a new audience, and the site does not have to put in the work of creating content.
Just the other day and editor explained to me that my content could be featured on the blog for $700, and a few weeks earlier an editor wanted to charge me $250. Naturally, both blogs were very authoritative and had a list of reasons why their blog was so wonderful, but I couldn’t help but think to myself: Shouldn’t you be paying me?
The Pros and Cons to Paying for Exposure
It seemed bad enough to blog for exposure and not get paid, as in offer your content for free, but paying for content seems to bring things to an entirely new level. I can see both sides to the issue, which....
Continued at: http://www.blogherald.com/2012/04/27...-on-a-website/
So what are your thoughts?
My short answer while i go fetch another cup of coffee is that i don't charge people to post content on my blog and i don't pay people to write on there blog's. I go with the old fashioned way and do this for free. Staying below Googles radar is what we bloggers need to do.