We're excited to be the only site out there that pays top-dollar for travel reviews, to help the vacationers earn money while steering others to choose the right vacation and avoid mistakes - it's a win-win situation for everyone
Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) April 5, 2009
Even in this slow economy, vacationers travel and now they can get paid handsomely for writing vacation reviews, something people typically do online for free these days.
"It's an ideal social network for serious travelers," notes Christopher Woolson, owner of TravelReviewClub.com. "There are so many online sites where people write reviews on everything from vacations, tours and hotels and they do it for free. We decided to pay our members well for their informative reviews, whether they are good or bad. We'd rather have people avoid a certain resort, tour or cruise if the reviews are bad."
While members are required to pay an annual membership fee to join, members cover their costs in just 1.5 vacations each year and turn a profit on their second vacation. Members can join as a couple and are paid more for their review providing they write their review from a couples' perspective. A couple membership is just $189 per year - taking one cruise to Alaska will result in an average payment of $199 to write a review geared toward couples including couples activities, romance factor and more.
Members can also reduce their membership fees by referring friends, family and co-workers. When a referral signs up for an account, the member will receive a 10% credit toward their next membership renewal, enabling quicker profits for their vacation reviews.
"We're excited to be the only site out there that pays top-dollar for travel reviews, to help the vacationers earn money while steering others to choose the right vacation and avoid mistakes - it's a win-win situation for everyone," Chris adds.