Half Off at ReviewMe!

by Ed Lau on February 13, 2007

So I was recently approved for ReviewMe, a site that specializes in blog advertising. Basically, advertisers can browse the many blogs registered with ReviewMe and purchase reviews. There are other services like this on the net but unlike some of it’s competitors like PayPerPost, ReviewMe does not require you to publish a favorable review. Personally, I don’t like being told what to say which is why I haven’t seriously pursued PayPerPost although it must be said that they have changed their policies to be slightly more blogger and blog reader friendly by allowing full disclosure. However, ReviewMe doesn’t have any of these sorts of problems. Even though you’re not forced to give a favorable verdict, your review still needs to be through and well-written.

Only quality blogs with good traffic and ratings show up on ReviewMe. I’ve been trying to get approved since I created this blog but only recently have they deemed me worthy after an increase in my traffic and Technorati rankings. The problem with ReviewMe is that the prices are a bit steep so most advertisers will only go for the highest traffic blogs to get the most for their money. However, today I get an e-mail telling me that all reviews are 50% off! At first, I’m not too sure what to make of this since…that means less money for me and, heck, keeping my blog money isn’t free but it seems that ReviewMe has made it so that we still receive our full share, while they basically give out their services for free (well, publicity is worth something).

Anyways, if you’d like me to review your site, it’s a bargain at half of the regular $60.00 fee. 30 bucks will get you a mention here and my honest opinion. To get in on the deal, head to ReviewMe and enter the coupon code trial when you check out.

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kenny February 13, 2007 at 11:12 am

Actually, ReviewMe is absorbing the cost of the 50% off promotion so payouts are not affected! Win-Win situation :)

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Ed February 13, 2007 at 1:11 pm

Yeah, I mentioned that they’re basically doing this for free and just for publicity. Sorry if I wasn’t clear. :)

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