ReviewMe Place Review Limit On Publishers

ReviewMe has a confusing message on the Publisher control panel. If you go to “Manage My Sites” tab you’ll see the following note:

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I am not exactly sure what this mean. The first line says you can publish as many reviews as you want. However, the second line says you can only accept 10 campaign offers each month. Which is it?


54 thoughts on “ReviewMe Place Review Limit On Publishers”

  1. Ryan Shamus says:

    Even though it isn’t clear, I’m sure they mean that over time you can publish as many reviews as you want, but it’s capped at 10 per month.

    I totally agree though…whatever it is, they need to make it more clear and specific.

    1. it wouldn’t be good for you john

    2. have you received more than 10 review requests?

    3. Ali says:

      No it means blogs that accept “direct review offers” BY advertisers can take as many as they want.

      When advertisers make “Campaign Offers” a blogger can only accept 10 per month. Like this month I’ve accepted 4 so far from the “Campaign” offers I can take 6 more.

      However if an advertiser were to buy “directly” on my blog I can still take it. My price is $50 btw a bargain compared to this JC guy 😉

      1. That’s right. Campaign Offers aren’t regular review offers. There are now 2 kinds.

        1. Derrich says:

          They’re like the PayPerPost reviews.

    4. TheAnand says:

      WOW, it means everyone can take as much reviews as they want….but you, The John Chow can take only 10 😆 😆 😆 😆 hehe… 😈 😈 😈

  2. Rehuel says:

    I think it means that you are allowed to review as much direct requests as you want, but you may only select 10 per month from the Marketplace campaigns.

    1. HMTKSteve says:

      That sounds like the way I read it.

        1. Marc says:

          Same here, though I did have to read it 3 or 4 times and go refer to the language on other pages to make head’s or tails of it.

    2. that makes more sense

  3. it’s kinda confusing

    publish 11 campains if you do receive that many and see what happens

  4. how come i see no marketplace campaigns?

    1. Hari says:

      I don’t see any either. They appear very rarely.

      1. Ali says:

        yeah and they’re pretty cheap too. some of the clothing/fashion ones though are good enough to accept.

    2. I have done one for the last 2 weeks.

      I offered 10 reviews($30/each or $15 net) and were snatched quickly. Some were passed the due date and put back into circulation and accepted again very fast.

      You have to change your blog category to see them.

      I even done one myself for $5 for a trial run. You will find that price often.

  5. Yes I think that’s the correct interpretation as well

    1. shaun says:

      yup this is horrible communication and interpretation by reviewme.. not impressed.

  6. Amanada says:

    God knows, I like sponsoredreviews.com I was able to take a ton in just a few days. But review me .. ugh they are annoying.

    But I think you can take as many as offered in the market place which means those little posts that show up to accept those like 12.50 reviews

    but for people to buy your reviews its limited to 10 thats what i took from it.

    1. SEO Blog says:

      I’m a big fan of SponsoredReviews as well but I think both services are useful. Best of all, you don’t have to do just one or the other.

      1. Ali says:

        SR rocks, been doing real good with them this month.

      2. I will try them. You are right, one more can’t hurt.

        1. Amanada says:

          in a week i made almost 300 dollars with them it was pretty nice.

  7. Peter Koning says:

    John, why do you bother with ReviewMe?

    I can’t see the benefit to you, and you need to give them a big chunk of the fee. I suggest you make your own “Let John Review You” page, add an order button, and ka-ching – more evil income all for you. Or does that mean you need to drop out of their marketplace too?

      1. Mubin says:

        I am so against this thinking its not even FUNNY!

      2. Peter Koning says:

        Ahh yes. Note to self: – check John’s archive of posts and think for a few minutes before posting 🙂 I agree that it makes little sense to cut out ReviewMe.

    1. SEO blog says:

      Peter, I am pretty sure that ReviewMe brings more in than it takes. While John could easily create the page you’re talking about, if he only gets half the requests what good does it do? And that’s assuming John only gets 50% of the price(I’d guess he get’s more). Plus, he would risk losing the relationship he’s built with ReviewMe as well. In the end, I doubt it’s worth it.

      1. Amanada says:

        doing things through your own site tends to hurt but if he went out and worked with multiple companies it might do well

  8. dsjlkdsjlk says:

    Excellent news if capped at 10 per month.

  9. I kinda know what ReviewMe is trying to say, but those 2 lines are quite ambiguous, aren’t they. It could easily be mistaken to mean something else. Scratch that — it can be a tad bit confusing, indeed.

  10. Gary Lee says:

    Personally, I think it’s lame to put a cap on the number of reviews, since it hurts bloggers like John the most who have done so much to help ReviewMe to grow . . . . the relationship part is important, but it’s a two way street . . .

  11. Wolf Stone says:

    i dont see why they have to cap the number of campaign offers one can accept each month…i would think that the more reviews a reviewer did…the more revenues for ReviewMe??

  12. It’s simple… 10 ReviewMe / month (that cap is for money hungry people like you) 😆 and unlimited over a life time, there’s no cap.

  13. ReviewMe forgot that computers can’t cope with unlimited

  14. Slaptijack says:

    You can publish as many as you want as long as it’s less than 10. Simple. 😯

    1. That’s exactly what I thought 😀

      1. Wahlau.NET says:

        that is what I think too.

        Maybe anything above 10 will be going into their pocket.

  15. Ankur says:

    Ok john little off topic but any news from Agloco ❓

    1. The Agloco bar looks promising. It’s a lot less intrusive than I had imagined. I’m still interested to see if they actually pay out cash or just shares…….

  16. gaman says:

    Actually I noticed that today too

  17. Sarthak K says:

    You have always been very money minded John 👿
    lol, keep it down…

  18. osgeek says:

    That probably means they may have unlimited review offers in their inventory but publishers can accept at most 10 out of them. Obviously, the rest of the review offers will rot when all publishers have 10 reviews quota each filled.

  19. Sarthak K says:

    This is what I call communication gap! Google is adept at mincing words like this so that people get confused as to what those googlies actually mean. And now its Review ME…honestly they need to review themselves first!!

  20. Martin says:

    I really don’t see a problem here because campaigns offers are different from review me offers.

    You can accept an unlimited amount of review offers from advertisers but you may only write ten reviews from campaigns that you create.

  21. Martin says:

    Even if you are restricted your could always make it up with payperpost. Although you don’t get as higher payout.

  22. I don’t think a 10 per month cap is too bad – that means you’ll be able to post a review every third day which means your readers won’t get too overwhelmed by paid reviews…

    But since ReviewMe is one of the biggest part of this blog’s income this might not be what you wanted.
    How many reviews did you accept last month?

  23. As stated, the reviewme marketplace is different. You can select as many reviews from that (but be ready to only make $5-$10 per review). You can make only 10 reviewme reviews per month from direct blog requests (your $400). Should have know this one John 😉

    1. James says:

      This is the winning answer!
      My guess is that John would qualify for campaigns that are a bit higher though.

  24. Jason says:

    It means you can accept as many normal review offers as you want but can only accept 10 offers from their newly launched campaigns feature.

  25. iShout says:

    Actually it shud not matter to you john! If you get 10 reviews a month you will end up making cool 4000 dollars! where as small publishers will hardly cross the 400 mark :mrgreen:

  26. bested says:

    Umm, a 10 per month limit

    with an unlimited amount of months.

  27. You’ve probably done more than 10 a month, right, John? If you were doing something that went against ReviewMe policy they would’ve reprimanded you by now.

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