Reviewme.com recently launched a pay-per-post system for bloggers. As part of their launch, they’re paying bloggers to review their service. What you’re reading now is a sponsored post. However, I’m not being paid to write a positive review. I’m only being paid to mention the site. I’m new to the site, so I don’t have anything positive or negative to say. If you have a blog, though, you might want to check out the $25,000 giveaway that ReviewMe.com is doing.
The site allows you to make money by responding to requests from advertisers. You simply mention the product or service and write a reasonably long post. If you are trying to launch a new product, consulting business or service, this is an interesting way to get your name out there. Ordinarily, you’d have to create campaigns to generate buzz, traffic and links for your site. With Reviewme.com, you simply can cut out the guesswork. If you’re trying to test a market, campaign or service, you can also use the service to get feedback — bloggers don’t have to say anything positive about you, so you may get some good pointers on what’s wrong with your offering and what you need to improve.
Of course, signing on to a site like Reviewme.com is just one way to make extra cash. However, given all the potential work from home scams out there, it’s good to hear about something that appears to be legitimate.
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