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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 Tami W. on January 26, 2010 at 3:01pm
Hey no problem. :) Have any of you heard of Product Review Place? They are pretty good about coming up with some really interesting things to review.

Tell them I sent you if they ask! :) LOL
Comment by Richele on January 26, 2010 at 2:45pm
Thanks Tami!!!
Comment by Tami W. on January 26, 2010 at 2:36pm
This is the information that I found when I was involved in the General Mills Blogspark:

To participate in this Spark:

* Thank you for confirming your participation! We will mail out your VIP coupons for 4 boxes of General Mills cereal shortly.


* Once you receive your VIP coupons for the cereal, we hope you might let your readers know about the importance of a healthy breakfast


* If you end up posting anything about General Mills cereal, remember to make sure you tell your readers that General Mills provided you with the free product and information through MyBlogSpark


Looking forward to hearing from you!

Thanks,
Kelly
MyBlogSpark

So just log into your blogspark account and it will tell you exactly what you will need to do!

Hope this helps! :)
Comment by Tami W. on January 26, 2010 at 2:32pm
http://www.ongsono.com/
http://weblogs.about.com/od/searchengineoptimization/tp/HowIncrease...

If you Google how to increase Google PR, you will come up with TONS of articles like the ones I posted above. I can tell you that I am not affiliated with either of these sites, and I have done tons of things to help with my PR and have not moved past a 2. I make sure to have my analytics profile available to any company who may need it. This shows unique page views, how many people have visited, and more.
Comment by Richele on January 26, 2010 at 10:38am
Emilia, now that I know the answer to! lol. I have worked with So Smart. They are wonderful. Yes, just email them the permalink to your blog review once the review is finished.
Comment by Emilia Osorio on January 26, 2010 at 10:36am
I got 2 dvds from SO Smart to do my first review today. After I am done with my review should I contact then? I am totally new here, HELP ME!! LOL
Comment by Richele on January 26, 2010 at 10:30am
I got my first Blog Spark package today! Chocolate Cheerios! Anyway....I know I blog about this but do I send a link back to blog spark so they know I did the review? There was no info in the box. I've never worked with Blog Spark before, so I wasn't sure how to procede...thanks!
Comment by Richele on January 26, 2010 at 10:29am
@Nicole...personally I don't quite understand how one gets PR. I checked my PR on my blog that is about 8 months old and I have a PR of 2. How? No idea. My blog that I just started for product reviews this month has a PR0. I expected that..being a very new blog.

Honestly, I don't know if your PR will cause you to loose clients. I've seen blog with PR0 and very few followers that get plenty of things to review. My review blog, as I said, has a PR0 and I get tons of things to review. However, I will admit that I add in that I write a blog with a PR2 but I only put reviews there if I feel like it..lol..it's more of a homeschooling, personal blog.

I've heard that PR is not that big of a deal from some and that its everything from others. So who knows. Maybe you can focus on telling cllients about your number of followers, traffic stats, RSS readers if any, and demographics of who you reach. Also, just contact a ton of places to do product reviews for...many will respond regardless of PR..especially smaller companies, mom owned businesses, and mom and pop shops.
Comment by Nicole on January 26, 2010 at 9:42am
Anyone else throwing their arms up about PR? I registered my own domain over a year ago, followed the necessary steps to get the PR thing going, yet I still don't have a PR. I finally decided that there's more to the quality and traffic of my blog than what a PR shows. I don't know how many clients I lose for having PR0 but I can't do anything about it. Anyone else feeling the same about PR?
Comment by Emilia Osorio on January 25, 2010 at 2:51pm
thank you guys!!!
 

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