Thursday, March 29, 2007

ReviewMe Problems

ReviewMe Problems
ReviewMe is a service that connects publishers with product owners (advertisers). As a publisher, you can join ReviewMe and be entered into their database of available websites that a product owner can request a paid review on.

I joined ReviewMe months ago, and so far I have not received one ReviewMe request. The site that is listed in the ReviewMe publishers database is not this one, it is another blog that I own that is fairly popular and receives a lot of link-backs and traffic from around the web.

With a fairly popular blog that covers some software and consumer electronics devices, I was wondering why in the world I had not received even one ReviewMe request. Is this a ReviewMe Problem? I did some research and I found out why.

ReviewMe search missing results
I navigated to the ReviewMe website as a visitor and attempted to find my site by using the ReviewMe search engine. I used the precise keywords that are listed in my ReviewMe entries' description and tag fields, and the search result came up with absolutely nothing! The search function on is horribly broken.

ReviewMe Support
As a ReviewMe publisher, I am concerned about the broken search functionality and ReviewMe problems. If the problems continue with the search function, it means that I will have a much lower chance of receiving a ReviewMe request from an advertiser. I emailed ReviewMe support over a week ago describing the issue in detail. ReviewMe support did respond letting me know that they will look into the problem, but so far the issue has not been corrected.

Have you also noticed these ReviewMe search function problems? If so let me know by replying below.

Monday, March 12, 2007

Get linkbacks with a contest

Getting link-backs to your site is a priority goal that many blog and website owners have. John Chow is running a contest right now that will probably get him and his sponsor a TON of link-backs. They're offering up a Nintendo Wii as the prize and I want one.

I'm not going to be very creative, I'm just going to use his criteria and text example so that I qualify for the contest. I did find one mistake in his example text though. In his example, he stated "root of evil", but in his contest requirements, he said you must use the anchor text "root of all evil", so I corrected his example and used it below so that I qualify.

The root of all evil, John Chow is giving away a Nintendo Wii. To enter, all you have to do is write a blog post about it. This is mine. Where’s my Wii? The contest is sponsored by They make promotional pens.

Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Get Paid To Surf

Get Paid To Surf the web
Wouldn't it be great if you could actually get paid to surf the web? Well if that's what you have been wishing for, your wish has finally came true!

A new service named AGLOCO has just launched, which allows users to GET PAID TO SURF the web by simply running a tiny toolbar at the bottom of the web browser.

But the really good news is that you also GET PAID when other people that you refer to the service use the toolbar to surf the web. Your commissions can really add up by referring more and more people to the service.

A few tid-bits about the service:

It is 100% free, it costs you nothing to sign up.
There is absolutely NO SPYWARE associated with the program or service.
AGLOCO has a very detailed privacy policy, they will not give out your information!
The program has a strict NO SPAM policy, with absolutely no tolerance.
The company is wholly owned by the members / program participants.

You have absolutely nothing to lose and EVERYTHING to gain by signing up now and referring other people to the service.
Sign up now before the service explodes.
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