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WATCH: Sex Toys in JELL-O
Well, now is your chance to join their ranks and get your hands on some free sex toys — by testing them. Yes, really. We-Vibe and Womanizer , two premium sex toy brands, have put a call for Europe-wide guinea pigs to try their latest sex-tech products. They call the tester panel — launched in early , and currently comprised of 1, people all over Europe — their MasturbaTEAM. So how does it all work? If you're interested, you can sign up for free and receive an email as soon as a product is available that matches your preferences. Johanna Rief, Head of Sexual Empowerment that job title! And get ready to indulge your inner TV panel judge — the more honest and critical your feedback, the better.
Who Wants Freebies?
Many sex toy manufacturers and retailers will send bloggers free sex toys in exchange for their unbiased review Yes, unbiased— you can give a negative review and providers are aware this is always a possibility. Most sex toy review programs require you to already have your own blog and have a little bit of a social media following to be considered. You can also publish reviews driectly on some retailers websites, like Lovehoney. This will give you a little practice, get some of your writing online, and possibly help you gather some like-minded social media followers. This is the time to highlight your attributes and sell yourself. This article is simply a quick sex toy review primer and resource list. For more in that area Ephipora and Dangerous Lilly have some great articles on the nitty-gritty of sex blogging so give them a visit and absorb all you can. It was intended to be included with my list of affiliates and webmaster resources for sex bloggers. Anyway, please check out my affiliate page too. It lists all of the companies you can shop with to help support this site.
We all do. Everyone loves freebies, and no matter really want it is, we all want that something for free. Why pay when you can get it for nothing? I can think of many ways this desire for freebies is apparent in my own life and work, and you can probably guess the first one. Due to the sheer amount of people out there who have comping social media — for example, twitter accounts solely used for the purpose of entering competitions and giveaways — I have changed my entry rules so these accounts are disqualified. This project was started because I get offered a shedload of sex toys by companies who would like them reviewed at my blog. I reached breaking point with demand last year and started the Pleasure Panel as a way to solve the problem — I have a community of lovely reviewers who would like more sex toys to review, a place where those reviews need to be published and companies who would like their sex toy ranges reviewed here.