The above is the twice weekly payment I received from SponsoredReviews.com. So far, I can count myself lucky with SponsoredReviews.com because I have a constant supplies of assignments to review.
Why I get assignments from SponsoredReviews?
1) I have many blogs in different categories;
2) SponsoredReviews advertisers are usually concentrated on travel, women, parenting and food industries and these are very huge industries, in case you do not know.
3) I am one dead persistent, pesky blogger who never give up. I login twice a day, bid and counter-bid;
4) I am immune to rejections and I got many blogs to try my luck;
5) My blogs template are decently presentable (ok, very impressive actually) and attractive to advertisers;
6) My blogs’ topics are mostly niche and I write very well;
7) I am one lucky blogger;
What I like about SponsoredReviews;
1) The ability to check out advertisers before I offer to write for them and set my own price;
2) The thrills of telling advertisers who want to pay me USD5 (and I only get USD3.25) for 300 words on a PR4/10 to go fly kite; (ok, not really but I do get to decline and it is empowering)
3) The quality of their advertisers; (well so far, so good, no sleazy sites)
4) The ease of moving around their dashboard;
5) No frustrations of fighting with other people to grab an opp aka no stress;
6) Payout is good as I usually get between USD15 to USD50 per assignment; (my lowest price on my blogspot blog is USD20)
But I wish [tag]SponsoredReviews[/tag] will give me some referral. This is a good way to create publicity and also draw more advertisers to them.
Tip for the day : AVOID doing SEO companies reviews if you are at their mercy with bans and benches. You know what I mean? These are the most pain-in-the-ars* advertisers because they think they are kings and will be very critical of our reviews. Sometimes I feel like telling them, “Hey, take this five bucks and the door is over there.”