Mashable Paying Users to Write “Top 10” Reviews

January 22, 2007 by Lisa Oshima | Consulting, Social Media

If you’re a blogger, aspiring journalist, or market researcher listen up.  Mashable is paying its users to write “Top 10” review posts between 600 and 1300 words, talking about web-based products in a particular category. Click here to learn how it works.  This seems like an interesting (and inexpensive) way for Mashable to generate new content, and a good way for aspiring reviewers to build a portfolio and make a few bucks in the process.  If your top 10 ends up on Mashable, post a comment with a link to the review on this blog.

I’ll be interested to see if this idea takes off with other sites.  If you know of any sites that are offering similar offers, add a comment. If you’re a non-VOXer, feel free to email me at: socialmediablog@gmail.com, and I’ll post your comment manually.

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  • Top 10 List? Sounds like the perfect Digg-Bait material on the cheap. But maybe I'm just cynical.






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