I was accepted into review me a few days ago as a blog reviewer. For now the review rate is set at $50. I’m not big on plastering ads all over the blog like most, so this will be a new source of income for the blog, while making an interesting new resource for sites.
As you may already know, I like having others review this blog as well. Review Me just went live with their new Marketplace, which is what they were missing to compete with PayPerPost. Now bloggers will have the ability to log in an choose what advertisers they would like to blog about, and get paid for it. Review describes the service as:
“A campaign is a 30 day standing order available to our bloggers who choose whether or not to review your product. You set up information on what you would like reviewed, the number of reviews you’d like to receive and how much you would like to spend per-review.”
If you log into your blogging account with ReviewMe, you should see that I setup a campaign for 10 reviews for this blog at the base rate. I had done some testing with PayPerPost and the quality of the reviews were so-so… a few good… but most were average, with poor page rank/alexa. Of course you can pay more for higher quality and page rank bloggers, but I was looking for a lower cost test across the board. I will post any reviews done through the “Review Me Marketplace” and let you compare them to the PayPerPost reviews I had done. Then you can decide on quality.