Got an opinion? Let the world know it. Manufacturers want to know your opinion and will give you free things to try and sometimes, even pay you to tell them what you think of them.
ExpoTV: Review products for points
ExpoTv is a cool program! I joined several months ago and have gotten many invites to share my opinions on everything from cosmetics to cereal and cat food. Sometimes, ExpoTv will send you a free product to try. I have received wonderful freebies from them, but my favorite was Febreze candles. Sometimes, they ask you to review one you already own. Either way, you review the product and earn points for your review. Redeem the points for awesome things like Gift Cards, store gift certificates, electronics (like a web cam or Wii remote chargers) and more.
Prize redemption does not need a lot of points either. Most reviews are worth about 500 points each and there two pages of things you can choose from in that point range – including Amazon.com gift certificates. ExpoTv is generous with their invitations, as well. I get ExpoTV invitations weekly – and sometimes, several a week.
ExpoTV also has wonderful customer service. I did have a little trouble confirming my account, but I contacted them and got a very fast email response and they confirmed my account for me with no problems. Oh – you also get points for confirming your account and completing your profile! Check it out – and be sure to add me (SunshineFlGirl) as your friends so we can share video reviews.
Check out my product reviews that I have done for ExpoTV and other companies.
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I have been pretty active on Crowdtap.com lately, as many of you know. You guys have clicked on my “Support Autism Speaks” links and some of you have also gotten involved and started supporting your own charities through it. Some of you are wondering what all the fuss is about.
Crowdtap isn’t an opinion poll site, although they do ask your opinions on many things. They are not a free sample site, though some users have been picked to try new products and share their experiences with them. They don’t pay for referrals, so I don’t tell you all about it because I get paid to. I am telling you all about it because I love the program.
You sign up and pick the charity you want to support. I picked Autism Speaks because I have a child with autism and it’s a worthy cause. When you have $10 in your account, you can cash out and make a donation to your charity. Additionally, when you earn money through them, Crowdtap also donates to your favorite charity.
Every week, they have new topics of discussion. You reply to their questions and join the join the discussion with other people. At the end of the “activity” – most seem to be a week, people that they feel have contributed valuable input are awarded cash prizes. I have only involved in a few activities so far and have already been picked twice. I have earned over $30 – which I can either cash out for Amazon gift cards OR add to my and Crowdtap’s donation to the charity of my choice.
At any rate, check it out and let me know what you think!
Learn about some other rewards programs
I’m a member of a web site called smiley360.com
Members get to try new products and experiences for free and earn status for sharing about their experiences through sites like Facebook, Twitter, and more. I thought you might really like it.
So far I have gotten a free tub of Country Crock and a free package of dental floss picks from them. I’m enjoying them so far!
Check out some of the other rewards programs I like.