Product review writers programs

Discussion in 'General Advice' started by wallpaperguy, Nov 8, 2008.

  1. wallpaperguy

    wallpaperguy New Member

    I was wondering if anyone as used any of these product review writers. I found one called Private Label Product Review. They give You 10 product reviews in 10 different niches. Thats a hundred a month for 47 cents each. Which is $47.00 a month. Has any one used anything like this,is it worth it? Any input would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. BlueJ33

    BlueJ33 New Member

    Yech...47 bucks a month? That's pretty terrible for reviewing a hundred products a month. If you're going to do that kind of work, just start with affiliate marketing. Writing a hundred articles a month would get you started very quickly and you'd be making far more than 47 dollars a month.
     
  3. pcwork

    pcwork New Member

    BlueJ33: Writing a hundred articles a month would get you started very quickly and you'd be making far more than 47 dollars a month.
    I think he is planning to buy the reviews
     
  4. wallpaperguy

    wallpaperguy New Member

    I'm not leaning one way or the other.But if you buy something for .47 and its only worth .05 thats money poorly spent. My main concern is if the articles are of quality.
     
  5. Kecia08

    Kecia08 New Member

    wallpaperguy: I'm not leaning one way or the other.But if you buy something for .47 and its only worth .05 thats money poorly spent. My main concern is if the articles are of quality.

    I'd be willing to bet they are low quality, and since they are Private Label, many people will have access to them. If you plan on purchasing something like that, you will have to turn around and rewrite them for them to be original.

    Better off just hiring a freelance writer...
     
  6. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Wallpaperguy,

    How much quality is reasonable to expect for .47c - even at a bulk discount? Most folks get paid $20 or more to write quality articles.

    Chances are they'll either be outdated, poorly written, or tepid.

    Furthermore, since you won't be the original author (and Google will know this), you won't get indexed for any of the articles. Decidedly, this is a major drawback.

    You might consider writing the content yourself.

    Just remember that you almost always get what you pay for.

    In any case, good luck,

    ~Newbie Shield~
     
  7. cupbucket

    cupbucket New Member

    Why not just offer your product/service to friends and family for cheap or free and ask them to write reviews for you.

    Or just write your own and put them on article directories.
     
  8. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    cupbucket: Why not just offer your product/service to friends and family for cheap or free and ask them to write reviews for you.

    OMG - I just had a lightbulb moment (and those moments are few for this knucklehead)

    I have a daughter that has amazing writing skills.... hmmm... I think I just found me an article writer.[​IMG] [​IMG]
     

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