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Making Great Money With Slice The Pie - Tips to Earning More Money Listening To Great Music
I am a musician and when I submitted my music, I found out that I can join Slice The Pie to get paid for reviewing music. Joining the website can be done by clicking here.
If you love listening to your music and making money, then this is the absolute best website for you. You can not only review music as a scout or a music critic, you will be paid for your reviews and also discover some new music.
***See my tips and tricks below on how to make more money on this website.
You Are The Scout
Scouts in the music industry look for talent. They hustle in the real world to concerts and gigs of unknown artists performing in nite clubs and other venues. Slice The Pie takes care of all that for you. Simply log in and listen to whatever music they throw at you. All you need to do is write the review and rate the song from one to ten.
Your Slice The Pie Scout Screen
When listening to music on Slice The Pie, you can write your review.
Money Making Tip #1: Write a longer, more in depth review and get paid a higher amount of money per review.
Write a nice review and get paid more per review. You get paid between 6 to 20 cents per review on average. That may not seem like a lot of money, but it adds up fast and each song averages 3 to 4 minutes. You can review everything from hip hop to pop to hard rock to heavy metal to ballads.
Money Making Tip #2: Making more money through higher ranks
As you review more music, you move up in the ranks as a scout and you can make more money that way. Simply review as much music as you can and include at least 3 to 5 paragraphs in your reviews. You will make more money that way.
Even If You Don't Want To Review Music
You can also just use Slice The Pie to find great music from unsigned bands. Build your playlists and the songs from each playlist play one after another.
I like a lot of hard rock and have discovered some great music here. You have to review music somewhat in order to have the privilege of building playlists.