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I notice alot of your blogs have reviewed new products and I want to do that, too.

Where do you sign up to get products to review for companies? Please give me names of companies/websites that are doing this.

I have signed up for Blogspark and am waiting on a package of something to review.

Thanks!!!!

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You can become a Review Maven. http://www.mavenhousenetwork.com/?page_id=100
I'll let you know when I have products available for you to review.
Hi Elizabeth,

If you visit my review blog, Hip Mama's Place, you can find all the sites I signed up with to write reviews for products and services.

Just look at the right sidebar on the bottom of the main page under "Proud Member Of".

Hope that helps. :)

Jocelyn
Hi Elizabeth! Boy have I got something for you--and you're just in time! This coming week (Aug 3-7th) I'm doing a PR week. I'll answer some questions, I'll have some product reviewers answer some questions, and some companies too! I hope you'll come by and join in! I'll probably have the first post of the series up Tuesday! Anyone who would like to come find out is more than welcome to come and get some advice!

Hands, House, and Heart Full

Join Mamma Reviewers to get more exposure for your blog: eepurl.com/trskH

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