Cash The Checks

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ReviewMe is another alternative for blog owners to make a few extra bucks by posting reviews of sites or products that reflect the topic of your blog. I’m posting this now because yesterday I was paid for a few reviews I made. I did two $5.00 reviews and one $12.50 review and posted them on this very blog, so I received $22.50 into my paypal account.

The drawbacks that I notice first is that not every blog is accepted, you need to have a blog with a history of posts, readers and traffic, so beginners’ blogs most likely won’t be accepted. Next, review offers are hard to come by. It appears there’s many blogs in the database but not many advertises paying for reviews.

This site seems real good for advertisers, because there’s a high supply of blogs and a low demand, so you can get one-way permanent links on blogs reviewing your product or site for just a few bucks.


kekoa on 01/16/09

i would like to reveiw movies that are in theaters and since i go to the theater anyway i would like to get paid for my opinion

TonyB on 04/01/09

Hi Everyone,
I have a carpet cleaning business in Houston,TX that was doing pretty good until the economy went bad, and with it my clientele. I have a website for the business but I dont
know what I have to do the get it to show up in a search. Right now it’s somewhere in the yahoo/google netherworld (LOL).

Is there someone on here that can give me some insight or know of anyone that coud give me insight on how I can get my local website on the front
page of a Yahoo or Google search to increase my business without it costing me 5 or 10k $$$? If so please share with me.

I thank you and my hungry over-eating children thank you.


Eddie on 04/30/09

The best advice I can give is to make sure you have “city name + carpet cleaning” on your page. But write out all the cities within 100 miles of your location. Plus find other words other than carpet cleaning that people might look for. Instead of competing for a very competitive phrase, compete and win the hundreds of smaller phrases.

HipHopStar on 06/09/09

Hey I’m new and I guess this is as good a place as any to see if anyone knows of a good loss mitigation training course?

I keep hearing about people making tons of money becoming foreclosure consultants.
So, If you have any info or you have purchased a good course, please share. I’m retired and looking for a home based business that I can earn a decent income with.