Understanding What it Takes to Get Offers
Looking for ways to get free stuff?
Want to share your opinions with others?
Are you a blogger looking for ways to add reviews to your blog?
Then this is the book for you.
50 Things to Know About Getting Free Stuff To Review shares tips and tricks for reviewing products and getting products to review.
Many people will tell you that all you that it is an easy way to get free products.
Although there's nothing wrong with that, it does take some time and work to jump into that market.
Based on knowledge from years of blogging and reviewing products.
In these pages you'll discover tips and tricks that can help you understand how to sell yourself to readers and companies.
This book will help you to create a blog, find products to review, and write engaging content that would be shared over many social networks.
By the time you finish this book, you will know what your niche is and how to get products that fit inside that niche to review.
So grab YOUR copy today. You'll be glad you did.
Oh, Where to begin with this book?
I received this book for free in exchange for a review, and I'm actually glad I did, because I would be VERY upset if I paid for this.
Most of the tips in this book are aimed at 'newbie' bloggers, and when I say 'newbie,' I mean those who pretty much woke up that morning and decided 'Eh, What the hell? I think I'll start a review blog today.'
Those who have been writing a review blog for any amount of time over a month will basically look at this book and laugh. The only 'tip' I found that was new to me was about setting up a mailing list for those companies you do contact. Every other tip that is in this book I've learned through other online groups/methods.
Basically, this book is filled with plain COMMON SENSE.
You can pick up your own copy from Amazon for $0.99.
If you want to get into review blogging and don't know where to start, this would be a great book... otherwise, save yourself the money and search google for blogging tips.
WOULD RECOMMEND: Honestly, no.
**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**