My reviews at ReviewStream were all rejected
By Fam Idea
November 17, 2015 6:35pm CST
I learned about Review Stream only last week. I was so excited I submitted more than 10 reviews for them already. I reviewed my cupcake maker, my pocket wifi, a restaurant, a movie, a pill, etc. Unfortunately, none of those reviews were accepted. I followed the guidelines: no plagiarism, make it conversational as if you're just sharing your experience to a friend. There's no exact word count written on their FAQ page, but I researched and found that it should be at least 250 words. Some users even say it should be around 500. Thus, I kept my posts long enough hoping not to be rejected. I also did some research on how to write an effective product/book/movie review. Include the pros and cons, describe your expectation, state more opinions than the description, how did you obtain the product, where to buy it, how much, etc. I also spent time reading the digest, to get some ideas how other reviewers do their work. Some have very lengthy post while some have brief posts. I listed information that I know will be helpful to other readers. But it's just so sad they did not buy my reviews even at a bulk rate. The reason was "review is not specific enough". What kind of specific they need? I can't see any supporting detail of what specific should be like. I really want to see my reviews published. Please help. What's your experience writing for ReviewStream?
8 people like this
• Dayton, Ohio
18 Nov 15
There is a name I haven't heard in ages. I wrote a handful of reviews for them! I just went over, and my account is still there, but the site looks very different now! The last time I was there was in 2010. As, for your rejections, I am not sure why they rejected them. Did you include details, such as various specifications, and explain how the specifications help or hinder the product?
• Preston, England
18 Nov 15
sorry it didn't work out for you there - such sites tend to have very specific tightly controlled criteria for what they want and reject material almost on a whim - quality control is one thing but such sites restrict creativity. Hope you are able to try again but pages like this will give you more freedom of expression
• Manila, Philippines
18 Nov 15
This site will pay you to write reviews for them. you can talk about anything under the sun: movies, books, a product you used, etc. As of now, the current rate is $7/review. But the price of articles varies from time to time. You have to make it original, based on your personal experience.