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How to Become a Product Reviewer

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How to Become a Product Reviewer

Tips, tricks and general advice on how to get in on PR/giveaways for your blog

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Comment by Ellen C on January 6, 2010 at 12:11pm
I'm part of My Blog Spark. Great opportunities there. Anyone have any others to share?
Comment by Ellen C on January 6, 2010 at 11:57am
Can anyone suggest a source for being able to DVD reviews? I see lots of Mom bloggers out there reviewing children's DVDs but not sure how to get involved in that?
Comment by amanada peel on January 6, 2010 at 11:55am
Thanks Richelle, I contacted them after I read your post and I'm doing a review and giveaway too, thank you for shareing
Comment by Richele on January 5, 2010 at 10:45am
Here is my most recent review and giveaway:http://meanmamareviews.wordpress.com/2010/01/05/snorg-tees-review-a...

If you haven't done a review for Snorg Tees, you may want to contact them. I did and they were very receptive.
Comment by Ellen C on January 2, 2010 at 1:30pm
I've been mystery shopping (secret shopping) for about two years. Don't waste your time with the certification. You don't need it. I get way more offers than I can possibly handle.

Ellen
http://confessionsofanover-workedmom.blogspot.com/
Comment by Cheri Elmore on December 31, 2009 at 3:11pm
How do you find those legitimately? I have been spammed by fake ones or ones that want to sell your info to other places... Not legit
Comment by Kevin Ann Planchet on December 31, 2009 at 12:32am
How many of you are secret shoppers? Has anyone signed up for the secret shopper certification?
Comment by Tricia on December 29, 2009 at 10:47pm
Just a quick note! If you add my event button you get entered to win a "secret" prize. It's a good one! Click HERE to check it out!
Comment by Cheri Elmore on December 29, 2009 at 1:13am
Thx Amanda! I figured but wasn't sure if that was typical of what bloggers receive as well. I appreciate the explanation as well. I am also wondering if I should open an e-mail specifically to accompany my Media Kit/PR Kit... (I am learning lingo)- I have an e-mail I use specifically for direct interest items (Blogs and such) and our main e-mail which I hope to get rid of soon since we seem to get 1 personal e-mail to every 500 spam... I get tired of unsubscribing and quite frankly worry that those links will crash my PC now with all of the hackers and trojans out there. Ahh to get a Mac- one day... one day...
I am learning a lot on this forum and the Blog in general. I have also found quite a few bloggers that are sharing how they got started and being impartial about hosts and companies and just giving straight info. I love that. I have been keeping some late nights recently, I get so engrossed- My husband asks do I think I know everything yet... LOL
Thx again- I appreciate any responses and helps & I am loving all the new Blogs I am finding here!
Comment by amanada peel on December 28, 2009 at 6:11pm
Hey Cheri, Emails like that are definetly spam. If it was from a pr rep who wanted to submit a product for review it would be a "letter" from a company, they would be asking you if you were interested in reviewing whatever product they have and there are no kinds of participation required to qualify like having to sign up for offers or buying things. It's much more professional then those emails offering you expensive gifts. I've worked with a lot of representatives that act like I am doing them a favor. Most reps. will even offer to send you more samples of their products if it will help you to right the review - they don't expect you to buy things or complete any offers other than writing the review.
 

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