Why would you want to be a reviewer?
There are a number of reasons you might want to be anAmazon Reviewer. They may include the following, which are in no particular order:
Why would someone not want to be a reviewer?
Why would people give stuff away for free or super cheap?
They're not. They are sending you a sample of their product and it is costing you time and energy to write an honest review about it after you have tested it. Still.. Why would they want to do this? Here are some possible reasons:
Okay, it sounds like something I want to do. How do I become an Amazon Reviewer then?
Amazon Review Company Summary:
These are all companies that I use on a regular basis, are completely safe, and I 100% recommend. If you want to get an idea of the things I have reviewed via these programs, I have a weekly series on Thursdays called "Amazon Review Hauls" where I list a few items I received, the savings, and which was my favorite. Check it out. ;o)
Have you tried it?
Have you tried doing product reviews for items sold on Amazon? Which companies do you like to work with? What's the coolest thing you have gotten to review, or what would you love to review if you could have your pick? Was this post interesting or helpful to you? Let us know in the comments and share with friends and family! :o)
Have a great week!!
(Please note that this post is not about working for Amazon in any way. This post is about reviewing products sold on the Amazon website.)
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