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How to reject a ReviewMe request?

The other day, I just got an email from ReviewMe that there is a pending request for review for one of my blogs. When I login back to their site, I discovered that my blog rank was updated from $100 per review to $250 which is the max rate for a request. With a take home of 50%, that’s $125 already.



The review was for a data recovery software designed to restore accidentally lost files and was assigned to PTB. So, I stared at it real hard and instead of clicking the decline button, waited it out until the request expires (maybe next time buddy). Still, it’s nice to know a company would shell out $250 for a blog post.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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4 Responses

  1. AhmedF says:

    Why not just reject it? Or did I miss something? :)

  2. Gail says:

    At $125, you can sell dollars to Gail.
    At $125, you can treat three of us in Galera.
    At $125, you can pay your electric bill for a month have change for about 20 coffees.

    There’s disclosure naman on the review diba? I don’t know Abe, pero it’s easy money. One review, 200 words, and it doesn’t even necessarily have to be a good review. There’s a lot you can buy with $125 you know ;)

    Abe, kung oras lang naman problema mo… Andito naman ako!!! WEHEHE

  3. Gail says:

    oops what I meant “favorable” review. :P

    so ano? basta ba may kickback, go ako! :lol:

  4. markku says:

    $125 can actually pay for the extra wengweng and nachos that we ate last Friday, which I’ll probably end up paying for. :( Hehe. Di daw kay Mr. GP yun. Hahaha.

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