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I realize that some of my readers do not have blogs of any sort and come here for online income opportunities and product testing opportunities yet I have been failing to provide that in the past few months. I am so sorry for all of the blogger resources and not catering to the non-bloggers. Therefore, today I decided to take some time and compose a list of sites for those of you who want to interact with brands but have not gotten started with blogging yet. I hope you find this list of sites to be useful.
BzzAgent is one of the sites that you may have seen me reviewing products on my blog from. However, it is not a requirement for you to be a blogger to join BzzAgent. Nevertheless, you do have to be active on social media. BzzAgent sends you various products to try out in exchange for spreading the world about them both online and offline. They reward you with MyPoints, which is one of the platforms that allow you to earn additional points through them in general which can be cashed out for various rewards. I only use MyPoints because of BzzAgent so I have not been able to cash out yet. However, I have received some amazing products from BzzAgent that I enjoyed trying out. To join BzzAgent click here.
Smilely360 is another site you have probably seen around the blog. However, they do not only work with bloggers. In fact, they usually do not require you to write a blog post about the products. Instead, you share information about the product you are reviewing both online and offline in addition to reviewing the product on their site. To sign up for Smiley360 click here.
Swaggable is another site that allows you to try out free products. They work differently than others on the list. When you receive the product from them, you have to review it on the product page on their site. To become eligible for a product you also have to add it to your wish list. To date I have only reviewed one product through them. However, if you are interested you can join Swaggable by clicking here.
You do not have to be a blogger to help brands evaluate their products. These are the sites that I know of now that work with non-bloggers. If you know of any others feel free to add them to the list.