If you have strong opinions about software, whether positive or negative, and want to get paid for your reviews, SoftwareJudge is the place for you. They pay up to 50 dollars for tell-it-like-it-is, no marketing BS, straight talking software reviews.
HOWEVER, it can’t be just ANY review for ANY software. They only accept HONEST reviews for software LISTED at SOFTWAREJUDGE.COM
(the list isn’t huge, but you can pick what you like).
Obviously, your review has to be damn good for them to pay you fifty bucks and not every reviewer is going to get that much for a single review. However, you get paid at least a buck for any review published. Ten reviews – ten bucks. Twenty reviews – twenty bucks. You do the math. The better your work, the more money you get for writing fewer reviews.
Here are simple rules.
First. Submit only original reviews that you wrote personally. If they find out that there is a sentence that’s not yours (it’s very easy to find that out with Google), you won’t get paid. Even if you previously submitted top notch reviews that they really liked. They always run reviews through web search before paying you or buying software you requested.
Second. Don’t submit more than three reviews in one day. Better yet, submit one review and see if it gets published or not. If it does not get published, it’s not good enough and we don’t want to spend several hours a day reading crappy reviews. Not everybody is good at this. But you have to be good to get published.
Third. Besides freebies, like free reg keys and free games that they give away to best contributors, there are two ways you get paid. If you have $200 in your account, contact them via the form with the complete personal information necessary for us to send you the money. Right now the default method is Western Union, because money can be sent anywhere in the world in 15 minutes.
If you have at least $20 in your account, you can request any software, game or an e-book to be purchased. You pick any product you want that costs as much money as is currently available in your account (or less) BUT it has to be a DOWNLOADABLE.
Finally. Don’t be stupid. Don’t review software that you never tried. Don’t say software is good, if it’s bad. Don’t try to write only positive reviews.
If this sounds like a company that you would like to write for to earn some extra cash, check it out: SoftwareJudge.com