ReviewMe – Misrepresenting?

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I was shocked (and a little saddened) to read the Consumerist post detailing their apparent misrepresentation of blog partners. Looks like someone at ReviewMe has been adding sites to their listings that haven’t actually signed up for the service.

It seems, though, that the good ship Lifehacker might not be the only blog ReviewMe is “representing”…

As of this posting, reviews on BoingBoing and Makezine are both listed as being available for purchase.

I have done one ReviewMe post (of the ReviewMe service, actually) and because it was a part of TLA I initially assumed it would meet the same standards as that advertising company. I hope this is a misunderstanding, but I’m failing to see how that could be. If anyone from ReviewMe has commented on this, please bring it to my attention.

If this is what it looks like, this can only be bad for the oft maligned service. Yikes…



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ReviewMe – Misrepresenting?
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About Robyn Tippins
Robyn Tippins is a marketing/PR consultant, blogger, speaker, and podcaster. She lives with her husband and 4 children in the Blue Ridge Mountains of VA. Her work has appeared all over the web in a variety of tech or marketing related publications and her consulting work has run the gamut from social networking to video games. Her blog is sleepyblogger.com and her video blog is at gamingandtech.com. WebProNews Writer
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