Here's how to get paid to write reviews online at up to $100 each.
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At Slice the Pie, you get paid to review songs and fashion as well as refer new members.
You need $10 in your account before you can cash out via PayPal.
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If you want to get paid to review software, try Software Judge.
They pay around $50 per software review that is detailed and honest.
Want to make $100 per “Top 10” list post that you write? At Listverse you can get paid via PayPal to write “Top 10” posts in all sorts of categories.
At Kirkus, you can get paid around $50 each for 350 word book reviews.
At Online Book Club, you can make $5-$60 per book review and you don't even need much experience.
Although they don't specify exactly how much they pay per review, US Review of Books pays you to write 250-300 word books reviews.
The books are assigned to you and the review will usually be due within 2-3 weeks.
At Publishers Weekly, you can get paid around $25 per book review if you get a job as a reviewer.
Check their jobs page frequently and apply ASAP because these gigs seem to go pretty fast.
At Women's Review of Books, you can get paid $100 per book review if you have experience.
Want to get paid to publish product reviews or sponsored posts on your own blog instead of someone else's?
At Blogsvertise, you can get paid via PayPal to connect with brands and make deals to earn revenue from affiliate links, referrals, clicks, ads, etc.
At G2, you can earn $10-$25 per business software review that you get published. Payment is usually via Amazon or Starbucks gift cards.
To make an account with G2, you will be required to provide a screenshot that proves you use the business software or app you're reviewing.