I've read many blog posts about the value companies should place on bloggers reviews. That our time, our work, is monetarily valuable. I agree completely however, I have never charged any amount for my product reviews and I'm feeling like a goof.
I do receive product in exchange for my review and keep my reviews completely honest, free product or no free product. But now I'm feeling that I am allowing myself to be taken advantage of because I've "settled" for product when I should have been including a monetary compensation with my review agreement.
Have you received payment, along with free product, for your product reviews? Would I be hurting my review opportunities if I requested a $5 - $10 per review payment? Is that too low?
Your thoughts, comments are gladly accepted.
Ann Again... and again Reviews
Hi, Ann :)
Well, it depends. You need to establish a name for yourself. If you don't have that, it's difficult to get a fair price for your articles. So first of all, write high-quality keyword-rich 500 - 1000 words reviews on your blog Ann Again... and again Reviews. Also, publishing guest posts on blogs with high Google page rank (click here to install Google page rank checker for Firefox Mozilla) will definitely help your blog to become more known. Next, apply for Google AdSense; you will earn money both through the sales of your reviews and and through AdSense.
p.s. Here is an interesting article: Freelance Writing Fees
If you have more questions I will be happy to help.
Thank you so much Melissa!
I'm on my first cup of coffee so the slip of "no link" didn't quite catch my attention - until you sent it
I appreciate your input on this topic.
If your book is good, people will talk about it. But that's not enough these days to make your book visible. I don't want to sound heartless, but... There is little space for idealism in our society, so you should be more pragmatic.