I know a lot of you do product reviews and giveaways. How do you do that? I checked the box here that I was interested in doing it but have never heard anything about it. Do you make money at it?

Thanks for the help.
Roxanne

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Interesting. No one knows?
Companies just started coming to me but you can sign up with places like Mom Central, Team Mom, Family Review Network, etc.
Initially, I contacted companies. Now, a lot of times companies contact me. If there is something that I think my readers would especially be interested in though, I'll still contact the company. You can find the marketing or pr contact person's information on most company websites.

I think that it's important to approach focusing on what you can offer the company in exchange for their product.

Personally, I don't do reviews for money.
The only review network that pays you a stipend is Mom Central, but not all the time. Depends on what product you're getting to review.

Signing up with a review network is the best way to get products to review. A lot of publicists and companies are contacting me to do reviews, too. I have a "I do reviews" page up at my blogs, which gives them facts on my blog reader demographics and blog stats, how to contact me, and that I do paid reviews as well.

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