This site, although branding itself as a “Get Paid to Review” site, is different from others listed here, in that it is more of a cash back site than a straight paid review site.
You are rewarded with cash for shopping online through their site, then coming back and answering a quick survey about the product you bought. Earn Free CashYou can expect up to $75 for reviews you give.They also have paid surveys you can take. But I use this site mostly for shopping. It’s great to use for those times when you’re going to buy something anyway. Instead of just going to some other website and buying the product, buy it through Vindale, use it for a few weeks, come back and take a short survey and get paid for it.
I use it all the time. Last time I used it was when I was applying for the Discover card. I saw that Vindale was paying $30 if I would go through them.
So, instead of going to Discover Card’s website, I went through Vindale. Applied and got approved for the card, took a survey 2 weeks later, and got paid $30 for a card that I was going to get anyway.
This is one of the few sites where you get paid to review websites. Basically, website owners go to them to use their panel of reviewers to test their website on different levels (user friendliness and things of that nature).
Basically, website owners go to them to use their panel of reviewers to test their website on different levels (user friendliness, load time, ease of navigation, and things of that nature).
As a reviewer/tester, you’ll have to visit the website, spend some time looking around, performing searches, navigating through the site, etc.
You get $10 for every website you review.
Now, you have to use their online screen recorder to capture your entire visit to the site. They also recommend you talk throughout the video, commenting on your experience. So, you will have to invest in a mic if you don’t already have one.
This site connects bloggers with advertisers. So, if you own a blog, you can go here, pick a product and write a review about it on your blog.
What makes this especially attractive is that you can even use one of those free blog sites like Blogger or WordPress.com. Most paid to review sites don’t accept blogs built on free blogging sites, but this one does, and you should take advantage of it.
Again, use your blog to earn you some extra cash and with Blog Distributor, you can certainly do it.
You are paid to voice your opinions on the various products and services on your very own blog.
They say you get paid more if your blog is more popular but they still value every blog that is registered with them.
Update & Warning: Please use Blog Distributor (and any other site for that matter) I or anybody else recommend, at your own risk.
I got an email from Dean Saliba of MakeMoneyLessons.com recently. In it, he pointed out to a few of his posts where he argues that this company refused to pay him for his work until he took the fight to social media and basically tried to put their reputation on the line hoping they would pay him. Hi did finally get paid, but according to Dean, it was only half of what they actually owed him. You can read Dean’s posts here on his site.
I always do my research before linking to any site or service, but as you can see, you can never cover everybody’s experience.
That said, please also keep in mind that people do have different experiences with the same companies, just like out there in the real world, so dealing with online businesses is the same. Which is why it’s good to do your research before joining any site.
Note to Folks from Blog Distributor: In the spirit of fairness, I would be happy to hear and publish your counter response to Dean’s claim as well.
YV, as I mentioned in a recent post about websites that pay you to write, is a site where you can make decent money by writing articles. But it also allows you to write reviews of various products and make money from it.
You can either opt for upfront payments, or you can get paid per page views (somewhere around $1.50 for 1000 page views).
It is crucial to be honest in your reviews that you are being paid to write. People will be reading your reviews, which will somehow play a role in their decision making when buying a product or service.
If you can, write your reviews based on your own experiences because that is what the websites and advertisers are looking for.
Otherwise, I don’t think it would be fair to get paid for reviewing something that you didn’t even use.