Write reviews for money
ReviewMe is service that connects companies or websites looking for buzz with bloggers who want to generate some cash from their blog.
“ReviewMe’s marketplace of web authors will review your product or service on their Web site sending your site traffic, viral buzz, and invaluable feedback.”
The process is simple: you register up, submit a blog (the blog needs to have enough traffic and authority to be eligible) and select a review among the listed ones. ReviewMe claims that each review will pay from $20 to $200. Sincerely,though, I think the figure will be closer to the lower number.
You can check the site here.
7 Responses to “Write reviews for money”
Hey this is great, I’ll probably have to wait till my site generates more visitors before I try something like that. I’ll visit the site and see what more do they offer. Thanks Daniel..
I have been signed up to reviewme but rejected. My blog uses non english language.
Though I won’t suggest anyone write review until you have lots of subscriber and product is related to niche. Last time I got review me campaign offer for Poker game and casinos…which is no where related to my blog tips and tech blogs..
I am a beginner in the blogging world. I have started to do blog…Does everyone use Word press themes for their web site?
Is it good?
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I joined effective in blogsvertise in March 2009, and I have been got $108 with pr3 blog and alexa rank 275000
Paid Review was a popular monetization model for many bloggers in the beginning. Gradually, the interests decreased and it is replaced by other monetization models. However, it doesn’t mean that this model does not work anymore.
The idea behind this model is connecting advertisers with bloggers in a way that a blogger writes a review on a website, service or product.
The advertiser gets buzz, some decent traffic and backlink from the blogger and the blogger makes some money.
Unfortunately, most search engines do not like the idea because of paid listing. Since the advertiser pays to a blogger for reviewing its website and getting listed on a blog, the backlink would not have the same value as other natural backlinks.
With that being said, many advertisers decided to not advertise from this method anymore and left these communities. On the other hand, a large number of top bloggers lost their interest on this monetization model and turned off their accounts.
In my opinion, Paid Review can still work if done properly and moderately. Otherwise, it would harm our readership as well and risk our reputation.
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Very useful post buddy! Thanks for sharing them!
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