Biggest ReviewMe Day Yet

With a just a day left in the month, it looks like a bunch of advertisers are doing some last minute ReviewMe buys in order to take advantage of the 50% coupon ReviewMe has running this month. So far today, I have received three ReviewMe review requests – that’s more review requests than I received for the entire month of January.

I want to get these reviews punched out before month end so they’re included in my February recap numbers. Expect one later tonight and two more tomorrow. If you wish to take advantage of the half price review offer, you have to get your order in before the end of this month. A review on this blog goes to back to $250 in March.

Anyone else gets a bunch of ReviewMe orders?

38 thoughts on “Biggest ReviewMe Day Yet”

  1. Jeff says:

    Wow that shouldl be a good whack of cash at the end of the month!!

    1. Jane says:

      Not to mention a crunch session in front of the comp hammering these reviews away. Because knowing John, he takes pride in each review.

      1. Jeff says:

        I wouldn’t want to get a review done at this time – if 5 reviews come up on the 28th, then it gets diluted in terms of exposure.. I’d rather sit at the top post for 8 hours than 2.

  2. Aniela says:

    You’re definitely gonna break your record again this month !

  3. Ajith says:

    You rock its natural that all wants a review on your blog

  4. Patrix says:

    I got two this month (one yesterday) but unfortunately they don’t pay as much as they do for your blog πŸ™ but that’s fine, I’ll take whatever comes my way.

  5. Ajith says:

    John all your guest bloggers are either Novelists or script writers why are you trying to make us sleep. Please post on yor own blog instead of throwing stones at Pandas and killing bees. Your posts are small and nice to read

    1. Ryan says:

      I know guest blogging is a nice fad, but try to make the posts managable. πŸ˜€

      1. HMTKSteve says:

        I agree. Your guest bloggers wrote pieces that did not mesh well.

        Why they didn’t display typos or bad grammar… You’ve got an image to up hold here John!

        1. Jeff says:

          uh oh. I was wondering when those criticisms would come..



  6. Tim says:

    Have to say we had a fantastic response after Johns review of – Well worth doing if anyone is considering it.


  7. Jonix says:

    I know that the reviews gives good money, but are they really interesting to us (readers)? We all must remember, that is us (readers) that make a blog be popular. Has a reader one thing that i want to ask is when you do reviews, please don’t get too much “off-topic”, there are really boring reviews, and “ActiveRain” was one of them! 😐

    1. John Chow says:

      I think you will like the next one. Totally related to what I talk about. πŸ™‚

    2. Jane says:

      You mean you wouldn’t like a review of the OhMiBod??? πŸ˜†

      1. HMTKSteve says:

        As long as you include pictures on the proper use of the device.

        1. Jane says:

          Keep wishing… πŸ˜›

          1. Jeff says:

            weren’t you supposed to do a video review of it???

            😯 😯 😯

      2. Jonix says:

        It’s not what i said πŸ˜€ . There are reviews and “reviews” πŸ™‚

  8. George C. says:

    Seems you have a lot of work John! thatΒ΄s great, good for you!

  9. Jane says:

    Great boost for the month end John. Congrats! Hopefully they pick up each month…

  10. Ajith says:

    Where is your other two reviews

  11. Allen.H says:

    Yep, John Chow is the “Review Man“. I’m not surprised that you got so many requests, I won’t be if you get a lot more in March.


  12. Actually, John doesn’t really need guest writers for his blog. WordPress can schedule entries almost forever. He could write them before he goes away, the blog software keeps posting them at intervals, all he has to do is check nothing gets screwed up. I did that for one of my unknown blogs, (unfortunately, I didn’t check! That wasn’t good, because it got all screwed up!)

    But that strategy should work!


    1. That is another alternative if you are away for a few days. However for longer periods, it may not be relevant for some stuff that you are planning to post.

      Much like radio requests for DJs. Audience would prefer a ‘Live’ feed.

  13. Geiger says:

    I am basically giving away my first ReviewMe ad for $20 after a coupon.

    My sites only a PR3 but for $20 I thought it was a steal.

  14. Kalle says:

    Very nice John! Can’t wait to see your february recap πŸ™‚

  15. :mrgreen: I am excited to see these next two reviews John! I have a good feeling one is mine!

    As well, I am proud to support a potential record breaking month for the blog.

  16. so $250 for a link, and how many readers sent your way? has anyone given details on this yet?

    1. If John had earned $2,250.00 in Feb, 50% discount, let’s see.. that should take us to about 18 writers? I believe I have heard John mention the number ’18’ before, correct me if I am wrong.

  17. Roosh says:

    I think one of the keys to getting reviewme reviews is promoting it on your own.

  18. derrich says:

    In a totally unrelated topic…did anyone else notice that comments are being capped at 240? See John’s “guess my February income” post.

    1. Yes I saw the magic number ‘240’. I thought that he closed the comments tag as soon as the deadline was cut?

  19. Thilak says:

    Experience the same whack here at my end. Got two reviews on the last day!

    Made 100 bucks overall πŸ˜€

    1. Well that was a nice one! πŸ˜€ Looks like it is a special tactic by ReviewMe that works miracles in generating interest for their offer of site reviews. Although it also depends on whether you can keep up with the workload and generate equal amount of quality output for that matter.

  20. Stuart says:

    I wish I could make that kind of month for an hours worth of work.

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