Do you love writing, especially reviews, and pretty good at it ? Now, with a service called ReviewMe.com which has just been launched, you can get paid for doing it.
As with any other good Web 2.0 websites, it’s pretty straightforward.
Advertisers can browse a tag cloud of topics, and see a list of available blogs, along with its cost. Several bloggers than got chosen by the advertiser.
The selected bloggers then got notified via email by ReviewMe.com. They’ll be given information on what to write, and the deadline. Note that at this point, the bloggers can chose not to review it.
Once the review has been written, notify ReviewMe.com via the website. It’ll be then reviewed, and approved (or not). Once approved, payment will be deposited to the blogger’s account.
A new form of blog spam ? Well, I don’t think so. It’s because advertisers can NOT ask for positive reviews. Any advertiser using ReviewMe.com will better be prepared for both positive and negative reviews. This is very important, and as long as this point stays, I’ll be happy to work with ReviewMe.com. (otherwise, goodbye folks)
Actually this is better for the advertisers as well. Customers tend to be silent when they found fault with your product, and just use your competitor’s product instead. You’re left confused, as to why almost nobody is buying.
With help from ReviewMe.com, you’ll get high quality reviews from those who are concerned about the topic, and will enable you to find out the fault with your products. As a producer of several products myself, I personally think this is really great. No more scratching your head in the dark.
However, note that not all blogs will be able to join it. There are certain criterias that must be fulfilled to be accepted. Some of them, I think, are current traffic (from Alexa), Pagerank (from Google), Technorati rank, number of RSS feed subscribers; and probably a few other criterias as well.
It’s not really easy to get in, so don’t be disappointed if they can’t accept you yet. Build your blog, create good content, and who knows, they might invite you instead.
Good luck ! And oh, this is a sponsored post from ReviewMe.com.