Thursday, July 16, 2015

How to become an amazon reviewer #reviews #amazon #prime #free #deals

It's legitimate... I get items for free to review them. Cell phone accessories to go-pros to dishes and pans, even camping gear.

To get the items 100% free you need Amazon Prime. As a prime member you get free shipping and the products offered on all the sites I use only use Prime shipping as an option.

Step 1: The first thing is that you have to have an Amazon.com account with Prime shipping. Prime is $99 a year and it gives you free 2 day shipping on the majority of items offered on amazon. Plus you get access to instant videos (similiar to netflix but better) and unlimited kindle library. Don't have it? get a 30 day FREE trial here and even if you cancel within a few days you get to use it for the month

Step 2: Look over your amazon account. Any purchases you've made make sure you've created an amazon review for them. Most sellers look for someone with 5 reviews or more. Did you buy your niece that barbie she wanted last Christmas? Ask her opinion on it.. comment on it's quality, durability, etc. Also be sure to leave seller feedback... did the package arrive on time and as expected? Be detailed... why did you like it (or not like it)... what were the best features... worst features... and include a picture if you can.

Step 3: Ease into it... Start with Uberzon Club - super easy and simple... they send you the emails, you choose what (if anything) you want to order and then follow the instructions in the email. The downside is that you have to act fast. They do electronics, cell phone accessories, supplements and a ton more. The most the item will cost you out of pocket is $5 and the least is Free. Read the entire email before ordering. Some sites require you to request to be a reviewer for the product, then approve or decline you so read the fine print.

Step 4: Keep a log of what items you order and from where. Each site or group has their own reviewing guidelines. Uberzon Club doesn't demand that you leave a review or hound you for one, but they appreciate them and the more reviews their purchases get the more items they get to offer. Some groups require you to fill out a google form for the order and the review.

Most importantly.... You must disclose in your review either "I received this product for free in exchange for an honest review" or "I received this product at a discounted rate in exchange for an honest review." And you must use the product and review it, do not sell the products you get, as that is a violation of the Amazon terms of service. People depend on your review to make the decision to buy or not to buy, so be honest. Don't like the product? Contact the seller first before bashing them on Amazon, it's only polite.

I have an entire list of sites HERE that offer free to really inexpensive prices on amazing products. I've gotten pens, cell phone cases, selfie sticks, pots and pans, and dishes even. The more items you review, the better your Amazon reviewer rank gets and the more items you are likely approved for.

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