Edit – please read my update here before you make a decision to join ExpoTV.
I make 2 to 4 minute video reviews on things I already use for ExpoTV. I get points for this, and then turn around and buy Amazon giftcards with those points. Yesterday I made enough points to buy $90 worth of gift cards by reviewing a few children’s books and some baby items Expo was offering points for. It took about 2 hours of my time – maybe less. The first day of each month always holds out promise of big points as new offers become available. I jump on those quickly.
We purchased Lucy’s Maxi Cosi carseat with Amazon gift cards earned from ExpoTV. And now I’m saving for my very own Keurig coffee maker. My friend, Marty, spoiled me on hers while we visited not long ago. I’ve just had to have one since.
ExpoTV has also sent me products to sample and review. I get to keep these products.
Products like this $300 LG vacuum cleaner.
I’ve also received $25 for making a short 3 minute video showing our entertainment setup. And I’ve gotten new foods to try before they were ever introduced to the public.
All in exchange for the time it takes to give my honest opinion and upload a video. And I use my laptop’s webcam for all of it.
I’ve been participating in ExpoTV video reviews for about 2 years now and have absolutely nothing bad to say about them. I’ve always gotten my points and payments in a timely manner and I’ve never been contacted or spammed other than the optional emails I receive when new review opportunities are available.
I get no compensation for referring you, with the exception of being entered into a drawing I don’t hold out much hope of winning. I just thought maybe some of my readers would like to know.
I made $45 per hour yesterday. And that’s totally awesome.