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How To: Product Review-Tips

So this was very long overdue.  I have been meaning to do a write up since I started this group, but just haven't gotten around to doing it…

Started by Monique

6 Jun 8, 2011
Reply by Barbara Mehmel

Resources To Start Doing Product Reviews...

Here is a link to my blog where I have posted a list of resources to help start you off on product reviews!  I am working on updating this…

Started by Heidi

2 Jul 16, 2010
Reply by WinItMama

Part 2 - Where to Find Products to Review

I just posted this a little while ago. I think that you guys might like this list a little bit better than the last one. All of the sites I…

Started by amanada peel

6 Mar 30, 2010
Reply by Katrina

Product Review Pitch Template

Hope this helpsPitch Template

Started by Jessica

2 Mar 3, 2010
Reply by Sara @ DealiciousMom

More Sources to Find Products for Review

Hello Ladies! I think that this is such a great group, hopefully we'll find a lot of information and sources for product reviews. I wrote a…

Started by amanada peel

4 Jan 22, 2010
Reply by Francisca

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