Anyone no a site hiring app reviewers

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  1. seanz25

    seanz25 New Member

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    Hey guys does anyone know websites looking for app reviewers, no pay required.
    Please don't give me appadict thanks.
     
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  4. mlkaufman

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    I don't know of any, but I imagine most will want writers who know the difference between "no" and "know".
     
  5. Stirolak26

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    I write reviews for theappera.com and nodpad sometimes. Both are hiring and give you free games in the app store that you review.
     
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  7. ultimo

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    Welcome to TA seanz25!
    You can write your reviews here

    @Hodapp, you'll put a word across for someone who's 1st post on TA is such a question!?
    Doh! *slaps forehead*
    Wait a min., was that sarcasm? :confused:
     
  8. h0130j03

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    Write some "User Reviews" here at TA every once in a while. If you write enough quality reviews you might just get spotted by someone looking for reviewers. PFOA(PocketFullOApps) and AppModo offered me positions just by doing that. In a nutshell, start out small dude.
     
  9. HelperMonkey

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    "Anyone no a site hiring app reviewers"

    Know? I don't. No.
    (No, I don't know.)
     
  10. iFanzine

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    The majority of app review sites are always on the lookout for new writers, believe me! As a few people already said, writing some user reviews on TA is a fantastic means of potentially being picked up by someone seeking a talented reviewer. You could also try sending a sample piece of your work to any sites you might be interested in writing for. Best of luck! :)
     
  11. ibelongintheforums

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    Most of the websites want you to be over 18, just a heads up. Appmodo contacted and asked me actually, so you may want to start checking there
     
  12. lord-sam

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    I'm glad someone picked up on this!
     
  13. Cilo

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    I no right!!!!
     
  14. Eli

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    [Serious Post] We're actually always looking for writers, but there's a catch. We really only work with professional writers who are looking to write for TouchArcade as a serious commitment/job and because of that, we look for real qualifications beyond "I like iPhone games." We also run everything proper and legal, so you need to be over 18 too.
     
  15. SkyMuffin

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    I know that you aren't going to get anyone with grammar like that.
     
  16. Gabrien

    Gabrien Well-Known Member

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    Spelling, not grammar.
     
  17. Gabrien

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    I presume then your payment rates reflect your demand for these high standards?
     
  18. Eli

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    Obviously.
     
  19. Gabrien

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    Sorry if merely implying the question was insufficient. How much do you pay?

    I've been in the writing/publishing industry for over 20 years. The topic of payment for work is always a touchy one, with sometimes wildly differing views on what is acceptable or sufficient. I'm genuinely curious about what a site like this considers to be a premium payment. It isn't a secret, is it?
     
  20. Eli

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    We don't usually do salary negotiations via the General Games Discussion and Questions forum.
     

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