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.