Slice The Pie pay you every time you listen to a piece of new music. Reviewers are called scouts. You can earn bonus payments for listening to anonymous tracks that come from Slice The Pie’s sister site soundout.com.
You must listen for at least 90 seconds before you can write your review, but the track keeps playing while you are writing so you don’t forget it!
Slice The Pie appreciates well written, lengthy reviews and ratings of the music judged on lyrics, harmonies and airplay potential.
You should try to provide detailed, varied and constructive comments to help artists improve their tracks. Plus the longer your review reflects on the amount paid for it.
Rank is a measure of the quality of the reviews that you have submitted. The higher your Rank, the more you get paid for each review.For your first reviews you will be considered rank level 1, and paid $0.05 for every review. After a couple of reviews your ranking, and pay will increase.
For each review you submit to Slice the Pie, you gain experience. The better and more detailed the review, the more experience you gain. Once your experience bar is full, you will go up a rank level.
For every review submitted you use energy, once all your energy has been used you cannot submit anymore reviews. Energy is increased every 3 minutes.
Once your earnings are up to $10 you can request payment via paypal.
Extra money can be earned from the refer a friend program, referring friends is really easy, it can be done with their Facebook, Twitter and Google+ sharing buttons.
This money-making method is great for teenagers and students who love their music and have lots of friends with similar tastes on their social networks.
**Slice the Pie Update**
I have just received $20 from Slice the Pie, it took about 3 days to review my account and pay out, but I got it. In my view Slice the Pie is legit, considering I haven’t even reviewed any songs and the earnings is all from referrals, I’m pretty impressed!