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How to Become a Product Reviewer


How to Become a Product Reviewer

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Comment by Ellen C on February 5, 2010 at 4:11pm
I'd really love to know any organic/all natural type companies that are blog friendly. I've been lucky enough to find a few to say yes but I'd love to find more. You can try Country Bob's all purpose sauce. They are blog friendly & gluten free!
Comment by Cake Mom on February 5, 2010 at 4:05pm
I have been having some great success contacting companies because my blog is topic specific (baking). In fact, I have an awesome giveaway I will be posting this weekend sponsored by Lucky Leaf. They are giving 10, yes TEN, winners a Wilton heart shaped cake pan! I will come back and post the link after I make the cake they asked me to bake. I have some upcoming reviews from Mixes from the Heartland, Curious Chef, Fairytale Brownies, Holey Donuts, Pamelas Products, Supermarket Smarty, some Etsy shops, and Yes to Cookies. I agree with an earlier comment that having a blog focus topic helps. Several of these companies told me that they usually say no to requests but because my readers are their target audience they would like to participate. Does anyone know of any other baking-related companies who are blogger friendly?
Comment by Marcy Kennedy on February 5, 2010 at 3:32pm
Stacie, I actually was a winner of an Avon giveaway, sponsored by and independent dealer. She had terrible follow up and never did send what was supposed to be sent. Don't feel bad. I would have never blamed the host of the giveaway as I'm sure your reader didn't either.

It's a learning experience for all of us!
Comment by Hannah on February 5, 2010 at 3:15pm
Thanks Heather!
I am looking into MamaBzz, and already signed up with FIRST Wild Card! I will check out TOS, but since I am starting a home business with Melaleuca, I may have to hold off on that for a while!
Comment by Heather MarineCorpsNomads on February 5, 2010 at 2:20pm
Hannah, I review for the TOS Homeschool Crew. They'll be interviewing for new reviewers in the next few months. It's a year long commitment, so it's something you have to really think about. While you get to review a great number of amazing products, you do not get to pick which products you review. Overall, I've enjoyed it, and it's been a blessing to our family.

The other place where I've received some homeschool type books for review is FIRST Wild Card tour. It's a book review group, but sometimes you'll get the opportunity to review homeschool things. MamaBzz is another group you might want to check out.
Comment by Richele on February 5, 2010 at 2:03pm
I only had two experiences so far of companies I would not deal with. I don't mind telling you about it. First Time Books, promised to do a review. They make personalized books. They got all the information from me to personalize the book. I did not get it. Well, since they went to so much trouble asking me all these questions to make the book, I didn't think they would not send it. So, I contacted them. I was told the book was made but they would have to check it out and get back to me. Never got back to me and never got the book. Couldn't they just say they changed their minds? Or just hold up to their end of the bargain? The guy even told me to give his email address to other I did list it here...maybe it's only fair I tell you what happened to me. If anyone has a good experience with them...please post it..I'd love to know if I just got overlooked or if they are jerk. lol

Honestly, I cannot remember the name of the company that asked me to do a preview was some green baby clothing company.

GOOD company: Flip Along Fun. They actually advertised to get bloggers on The Product Review Place.
Comment by Cheri Elmore on February 5, 2010 at 1:52pm
Thx for actually listing some companies that you have had positive experience with.
Would those of you who are posting about a "company" who has not sent products, or a "company" who has asked for shipping paid, review to be written in advance, etc... Can you please tell us the company? I mean, there shouldn't be anything wrong with having a Bulldog List of companies to be weary of due to... situation to situation... - It's great to give us an alert of what to watch out for from any company who asks these things but if personal experience has already had a few of you find what some companies will do just to get free publicity, it would be nice to know as a newbie trying to break out in this venue.
Comment by Hannah on February 5, 2010 at 1:49pm
What are some good places that offer homeschool products to review?
Comment by Richele on February 5, 2010 at 1:34pm can contact Mixes from the Heartland. They have all gluten free products and do blogger reviews all the time. Yes to Cookies is also gluten fee and they do reviews and giveaways.
Comment by Heather MarineCorpsNomads on February 5, 2010 at 1:17pm
That's what I was thinking, but I thought I'd ask to be sure.

I'm slowly branching out from doing book reviews and homeschool curriculum reviews right now. We can't do Holey Donuts (we're gluten free) or So Smart (no babies or toddlers), but thanks for sharing.

I sent out emails to a few companies yesterday and received a few positive responses already. The asking to pay for shipping just threw me a bit.

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