Thursday, November 29, 2012

SliceThePie Payment Proof and Review + Tips

Today I am bringing you my SliceThePie payment proof, some tips on how to use the site, and a short review of SliceThePie from the perspective of an insider who has reached payout there. SliceThePie has been a fun experience for me thus far, and it is also a breath of fresh air in an online earning world where things usually feel more like a grind than a good time. This is a genuinely cool little gig to add to your routines online. I highly recommend it for anyone who wants to easily add another 10 bucks to their budget. I plan to give the site reviews in exchange for their ten dollars which I will use to make future domains I buy essentially "free" to me. It's a great opportunity, and I'll talk about some tips soon.

First thing is first, here is an image of my SliceThePie payment proof, taken directly from my PayPal account:




As you can see in my payment proof image, I made 10 dollars with SliceThePie. That's not a lot at first glance, but it is when considering how little time I spent there. I did only a couple of songs a day, many of which were Christmas songs and pop songs, but there were some really good rock and hip hop songs that I reviewed as well.

Doing only a couple of songs a day, spending only about 5 minutes in down time or while bored at the site, I have to say that the 10 bucks is worth it, and that I recommend this site to beginner and advanced online money makers alike. It's just that simple to get an extra 10 bucks there, everyone who has the opportunity to go for it ought to give it a try.

You can see from my SliceThePie payment proof image that it is a legitimate opportunity to make some quick cash over the course of about week or so at a time if you do a few minutes a day. I don't see why you would grind it out at once since it's actually something fun to do and the payment is like a bonus, but if you wanted to grind, you could potentially knock out 10 dollars in an hour provided you kept real quality in your reviews (I did the math against my average payout per review and time spent, and it came to 10 dollars and change per hour)

The site was quick to pay me, and their Twitter account is active and the person or people behind it like to talk with the users of SliceThePie, which is a huge plus to me, since I expect that sort of thing from web based opportunities anyhow. The user experience at the site is nice as well. You log in, a song starts playing, you listen to it and review it honesty, being sure to mention the elements you are hearing in the song (instruments, vocals, delivery of lyrics and so on).

Just make a real review for each song for SliceThePie, at about the length that you need to in order to review the whole song, maybe two of my paragraphs here, and SliceThePie will take care of you for your efforts. I average at about 25 cents per review, which is not bad at all considering it takes about 90 to 120 seconds to do each when you are actively typing out your review while you listen.

Some tips are as follows for SliceThePie: Write as soon as the songs begin. That means that you are covering them in real time. The moment the song begins, you should be talking about its intro and the elements that make that up. When the singer begins, start in on them. Tell how the drums are sounding, the guitars, synths, and so on - really review the song. You can be done in 90 seconds, I myself like to go on and review later parts of the songs that I particularly like as well.

I hope that you enjoyed seeing my SliceThePie payment proof, and I will surely be sharing more, as I am staying with the site for the fun of it in general, aside from the easy and worthwhile ten bucks they offer us to review music there. Sign up for yourself now.

23 comments:

  1. Great review of a good site, I'm glad to see others having a good experience as well. I was a little skeptical of slice the pie at first, especially considering that it doesn't seem like work to me- listen to a few songs, give some feedback, get money? It's refreshing to see that it can be that simple to add a little extra to your monthly income.

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  2. That's what I'm saying. Ten extra dollars is ten extra dollars, and when it's fun to do anyhow, it's a no brainer, right?

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  3. I used to be a member of slicethepie and I agree with you that it's very easy to earn on this site especially if you love music. But last year, the site closed its door to members from my side of the globe so I can't join the site even if I want to.

    I was paid once by the site and the payout was $5 back then and I earn that amount in a week of listening and reviewing the music on the site. Too bad now it's unavailable for me.

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  4. Man, that kinda sucks to find out. I am glad that you got in before the switch at least.

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  5. I just recently joined slicethepie and I haven't really been using it as much because I wasn't so sure if it was worth my while. Now that I see others are using this site and doing good at it I think I am going to go check it out again! Thanks for your review on slicethepie.

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  6. Definitely worth it! I don't consider "grinding" on it to be worthwhile, but doing 3 to 5 songs a day, is definitely a nice break from more monotonous efforts of the day, and a good little chunk of cash for it, too. I have noticed some invites of mine grinding out the tracks, more power to them, if it's something you enjoy, it's worth it. For me, I moderately enjoy it. I review a few songs here and there waiting for the ones that really catch my ear. It's a good site though, for sure, worth your time. Just use the tips mentioned, it will make your reviews go by really quick. =)

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  7. Hey, I could use $10, and if I could earn it from just giving my opinion I'm all for it. I like this concept, it's different and refreshing. I haven't heard about it before, so I'll give it a try.

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  8. ...just to expand on my previous comment, I just got back from signing up for Slice the Pie and I did my first review. I made $0.17 for commenting on some rap song; What a Blast! You're right Brian, it is easy and I had fun doing it. I gotta work on my reviewing skills though and earn the maximum next time. This is a good way to break up the monotonous daily tasks and make some cash at the same time. I appreciate the tip.

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  9. Yea, it is not bad at all! 17 cent is not bad for being new to the site either. It may come as a shock (or not! :P) that I began at arounf 8 to 10 cent a review and was fine with it lol. As I leveled up and started putting more detail into them, the payments rose, and now I have seen I think 29 cent as my highest "so far" and the average is reaching near that at this point.

    You level pretty fast, I think I am nearing or beyond 20 now? Which is awesome because you get faster at it.

    So you get paid more -> do it in less time -> have fun while you are doing it. Win/win/win.

    Their service is awesome. Oh, and they are active on twitter so you can send them tweets and get responses usually, and they also encourage users of the site to email them directly with bigger questions than twitter would allow them to answer for you.

    I'm glad you are enjoying it. Some of the stuff isn't so good, so try not to be harsh with artists, they need your input to improve, I think that it's about that kind of language in your reviews, alongside of the want for words describing instruments and sounds. What I mean is that I think the "review grader" in the system checks for advice along with reviews.

    In other words, I don't know it for sure, and I haven't seen it anywhere in text, but it seems as if giving constructive criticism or talking about what I wish it would be like - it seems like the grading algorithm pays me out better for those reviews. They do tend to be longer, but I was paid lowly for longer ones as well.

    It's tough to get a button on how it works and what they are looking for the most in reviews, and I guess that with the leveling, varied payment, and sometimes asking if you're sure about a score you're giving, that slicethepie is likely designed to be a little mysterious like that.

    I find it a little addictive now, wondering how much that next payout will be for that next masterpiece review-bite lol.

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  10. Good to know they actually pay! I read another review on a different blog stating it was a scam. As a result, I've been quite inactive on the site, but its good to see you were paid. I really do enjoy writing the reviews.

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  11. Yea, they are definitely worth the time! Don't grind on the site, but spend a few minutes a day doing a few songs, and the money adds up quickly. =)

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  12. @MoniqueSeibel, thats why I had stopped doing it for the same reason, but after reading about here on Brians site, I decided to give it another try and listen to a couple of songs a day!

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  13. Wow, this sounds really great. I love hip-hop so I'll give it a try later in the week. I've been looking for a bunch of things I can do online in my spare time. And yeah, as I am currently only doing a couple things right now, grinding does happen, lol. So Ill ad this to my list so I can have a variety and avoid the grinding.

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  14. I had never heard of SliceThePie before seeing your post, Brian. It sounds interesting, although I'm not sure it's for me. I'm not sure I can write a decent music review as I don't think I'm very musically-inclined. I will definitely give it a try, though, so I can see for myself how it all goes.

    I like what you have to say about using that to essentially get a free domain. That's what I try to teach people, also. There are too many easy ways to earn what you need to start up and then you can fund further endeavors with profits, rather than try to skim the start up money out of an already tight budget.

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  15. Glad to see that someone has been paid. I just started reading this blog but I am already drawn to keep reading more based off the reviews you have already provided. Thank you for being up front and real at the same time!

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  16. I went back to it and it so far I'm loving it, get to listen to some music give my opinion and watch amount add up, glad I came back to try it out again!!

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  17. Good review here I think I may try the site! Knowing you just showed proof of it and that it is a legit site to make an extra $10 for such a simple task it seems like a great deal. I also have been wanting to listen to songs by other people instead of the same old artist I've been listening to for months now. Thanks!

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  18. I've actually been really excited to try this! I hope it's okay to join up from Canada :) I love listening to music, and I type really quickly, so this hardly seems like work to me at all. I feel I may use it in the same way you do, though, by using it a few minutes a day when I'm in the mood for music and a few cents vs using it as a large source of income. I liked how you talked about writing AS you listen, good tip and maximizes time as well.

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  19. Thanks for the review Brian. I just signed up for the site. It really is a fun experience that doesn't feel like a 'grind' I'm a music lover, so this is right up my alley. I've noticed that you only get one chance to listen to the song though, so it has to become a skill to give a quick AND detailed review. Other than that, this is one of the easiest online money making sites that I have seen.

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  20. Thanks for the review. SliceThePie is a legit website.

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