So, How does it work?
1. Register and Submit your site for inclusion into the ReviewMe publisher network. Begin by creating a free account using the link below.
2. If approved, your site will enter our ReviewMe marketplace and clients will purchase reviews from you.
3. You decide to accept the review or not.
4. You will be paid $20.00 to $200.00 for each completed review that you post on your site.
The amount paid per post is dependent on your ranking in these categories: RSS subscribers, Alexa, and Technorati. This is automatically calculated behind the scenes . 50% of this amount is credited to the reviewer and can be paid every start of the month by check or via paypal. My thoughts after the jump
Sounds good no? But success of this imho will depend on what kind of reviews that come through the system.
Yuga also thinks that this is also a good way for bloggers to disclose sponsored posts or paid posts. I have tried to Blog to Profit and their requirements arent that high although they have a very limited number of advertisers that can be allocated by a blogger. ReviewMe offers unlimited reviews although you can only enroll 6 blogs. The model naturally caters more to successful blogs with advertisers obviously looking to be linked and reviewed by the more prominent ones so im curious to see how much money filters down to us small time bloggers. Also, since bloggers are getting paid to review stuff, will they resort to giving lip service just to get the money coming in?
Im also curious to see which industries get the more moolah, with real estate and technology probably gaining the most paid ads. Also according to Yuga, ReviewMe is also from the guys that gave us TextLinkAds (and Performancing).
For disclosure, This is my first paid sponsored post for ReviewMe and i am required by the service to mention that fact.