If you love to listen music, especially new bands then this be fun. This is a great way to earn a little extra money from home with little effort. Read on to learn how get paid to listen to music and giving reviews to new artists.
Things You'll Need
- Internet connection.
- Interest in music.
Go to slicethepie.com. Slicethepie is a place that bands are reviewed by fans. Bands that receive great reviews may get financing for their band to record their music.
Have in hand your active email account information and a pen and paper to write down any passwords you may make. Ear phones to listen to music may also help.
Go to the tab that says fan and sign up to be a fan. Fans earn money by reviewing bands. Fans help slicthepie.com predict record sales by listening to the music and giving a honest review. The review it self takes only seconds.
Watch for a email. You will receive information on how to get started. It will be slow at first, but as you get you name out there you will be able to earn extra money. Many fans begin downloading music of new bands in a few short hours to a few days.
Tips & Warnings
- This is a opportunity available to everyone, however US citizens are not able to trade their income for music (they can only take cash).
- Depending on you level as a fan will determine how much you make for a review. This can be anywhere from cents to a couple dollars for a review.
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