ReviewMe Offers Swag for Review




Andy Hagans and Aaron Wall always appear to be working on something together. Their latest venture is the intriguing ReviewMe.


Here’s Andy’s no-hype explanation

Advertisers, you pay to get your stuff reviewed by bloggers. Bloggers, you get paid to review their stuff.

Aaron has more details on his blog.

Suffice to say, Marketing Pilgrim will now focus its posts on Porsche 911’s – in case anyone is interested. ;-)

  • http://www.xuru.com/blog/ Jeremy Luebke

    Hmmm, all the websites are public? I would hope they at least allow a blog offering reviews to only be visible to logged in users.

    I guess the more transparency the better though with this type of operation.

  • http://www.marketingpilgrim.com Andy Beal

    I believe they’re going for more transparency. Each blogger most declare if the post is being compensated.

  • http://www.xuru.com/blog/ Jeremy Luebke

    Yea I already applauded Aaron and Andy on the transparency of the reviews. That is a must.

    As a blogger though, I’m not sure I would want my blog posted in the public as one that is accepting these ads. At least make people log in to see the blog names. I could see someone signing up to see what it was all about but never taking a job. Then down the line they catch flack because they are listed as someone that takes paid reviews even though they never have.

    I guess it would be up to the blogger to request removal in that case.

  • http://www.marketingpilgrim.com Andy Beal

    I just got an email from them saying I have been pre-accepted. I hope they don’t go ahead and publish my name, as I don’t want to be a part of it.