ANNOUNCEMENT: Looking for New Reviewers (2015 Edition)

The Impulsive Buy is currently looking for enthusiastic, talented, funny, and self-motivated individuals to write processed food reviews. We hope to bring on a few new contributors to write one or two reviews per month.

It’s a paid gig, but we won’t say here how much we pay per review. However, we can say it’s enough for you to have a small pizza party.

If you would like to apply for the position, here’s what you’ll need to send:

1. One sample review in TIB format (nutrition facts, rating, price, pros, cons, etc at the bottom). The review must be a new product. The sample review will help us determine if your writing style would be a good fit. The sample review must somewhere between 400-600 words (not including nutrition facts, rating, price, pros, cons, etc at the bottom).

2. Photo(s) of the product you reviewed. (High quality versions, please!)

3. A bio that includes why you want to write for The Impulsive Buy.

A Few Notes:

1. We’re not only judging you on your review, but also your photos to see your photography skills (Tip: lighting will help your photos a lot) and how you write your bio (Tip: have fun writing it).

2. Due to legal reasons, we can’t hire anyone under the age 18.

3. At this time, we’re only looking for writers located in the United States.

4. Please don’t send your review and bio as an attachment. Copy and paste them into your email. Photos will be sent as attachments.

To apply, please email your sample review, pictures, and bio to [email protected] with “BOOM! POW! SPLAT!” in the subject line. We will stop accepting applicants on March 31 at 11:59 p.m. HST.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me.

Thank you.


15 thoughts to “ANNOUNCEMENT: Looking for New Reviewers (2015 Edition)”

  1. When you say “processed food” reviews what does it exactly mean? I’ve picked up a few new things I don’t believe I’ve seen on the blog or anywhere else online but they are more on the “heathy”-ish route. New flavors of those Fiber One brownies, Lipton single serve mix packets with honey as the sweetener (unlike most other one that use aspartame!). Would stuff like this be ok? Or should it be straight out Carl’s Jr breakfast grilled cheese sandwiches?

  2. …this seriously has made my entire morning! I LOVE to talk food, eat food, write/take photos about it…cloud 9

  3. I’ve already emailed an application but even if I don’t make the team I’m excited for more reviews! 🙂 This is exciting!

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