ReviewMe Launches

The following is a paid review of ReviewMe

ReviewMe is now taking registrations for advertisers and bloggers.

Overall I think it is a pretty good concept and it seems like an easy way for bloggers to make some money. The basic idea is that advertisers pay bloggers to write about a product. Unlike some similar services, this one forces bloggers to disclose that a review has been paid for. Since this blog is all about monetization and ad networks, I would have been writing about this anyway, this just gives me a chance to make a couple of bucks for it.

The sign up is pretty quick and easy. Once you have an account you can register up to six blogs. Each blog gets a rating based on Alexa, Technorati and estimated RSS subscribers. Blog acceptance seems pretty instantaneous.

I signed up this blog and it got a two out of five star rating. This set the price for a review on the blog at $60, with my payout being $30 if I write a review for somebody. Right now when you sign up you automatically get a chance to write a review of ReviewMe and you will get paid the standard payout for the review. (That’s what this review is.) They are going to keep offering this opportunity until they have paid out $25,000.

The only conditions for a review are that you disclose that it is a paid review, and that the review is at least 200 words.

I did a quick search of the blogs available for advertisers, and it seems like there are currently only 3. AdMoolah was the most expensive at $60 dollars, while the other two were proced at $40. I’m sure that will change quickly as bloggers sign up and write the paid reviews of ReviewMe.

So, if you have a blog I would recommend you sign up and write a review of ReviewMe for some quick cash.


  1. Caydel Said,

    November 9, 2006 @ 3:10 pm

    I just signed up myself this afternoon – looks like a promising service!

  2. Toivo Lainevool Said,

    November 9, 2006 @ 4:11 pm

    Yeah it does look promising, but I guess they need to concentrate on getting advertisers now. All the publicity they are going to get from the $25,000 give-away will be focused on the bloggers point of view.

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