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Has anyone used Slice the Pie?
It is a website where you listen to music and write a small review on it and rate it. You can earn money for each review. Has anyone used this? If so, what do you think?
It is probably another one of those websites were you would have to spend half the day on their site, just to earn enough to buy a single-patty burger, and that's one without the cheese and no fries! Ha! Nah, I don't know anything about that website.
If interested, I'd just do a Bing or Google search using words like "Slice the Pie Scam" or "Slice the Pie Reviews," and so forth. Hell, I may even check it out later; cheers!
Edit: I just found a couple quotes from people who have tried that site:
"You can comfortably review ten tracks per hour if you're taking your time and as it won’t take long to get 3 stars (about 100 decent quality reviews) that would get you about $0.94 USD per hour.”
“I’ve done 35 reviews and am on 1 star and have earned $1.34 USD!”
With sites like these, it is all about referrals. I made 1 dollar in about 15 songs. It is kind of fun though. If you are just watching TV you can do a couple during commercials.
How long was each review? I mean, was you overly elaborate or did you just jot down a quick paragraph for each review. I've never tried sites like that...
The review literally takes a few seconds. http://www.slicethepie.com/?wyd=558874 That's my referral link, give it a try!
Yes I did before (until they said is only open for US citizens).
Basically, listen to music, rate it and get paid. And yes, I got paid many times until the last day.
Some artists are really good but some, need some improvements.
If you ask me, go for it! But make sure you like music though (p/s you can choose the type of music you want to listen as well).
I used it in the past. I would review songs and also get my songs reviewed, which obviously for me it was a plus.
I did get paid multiple times. I don't remember if it took long though. Probably not because I love to discover new bands and singers, so most of all it was fun.
Now, for some reason, I can't acess the website.
Yes, I have used Slicethepie since November 2007 and still use it today. However, it's a completely different site to what it was back then. I have actually earned several thousand ££'s from STP. When I first started I was making near enough £200 per week. I was one of their highest rated scouts and therefore I still have good base pay, but if you're a newbie it takes an awful lot of time to reach decent earnings and they've made it much harder than it was back then. At the time you could also invest in upcoming albums, which I did, and also made much more money on the trading exchange, which no longer exists.
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Have You Made Money on Slice the Pie?I did. Check out my hub of my first 30 days!
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