At HitPredictor, you can get rewards and chances at various prizes for reviewing and rating music from your favorite artists. This is a little different from Slice the Pie where you primarily only rate songs from artists who have yet to hit it big.
On HitPredictor the music you'll hear is new, but it is usually from people you've heard of before. It's a great way to hear the new stuff from your favorite artists before it gets insanely popular.
Note that as of now, it looks like you can only earn money using HitPredictor if you are a US resident. So unfortunately, this won't be useful for anyone outside the US.
How do you sign up for HitPredictor?
Getting an account is absolutely free and easy. You just select a screen name and provide some other basic information. You'll also be asked if you have a promo code where a friend referred you to the site.
How does rating music on HitPredictor work?
From what I understand, you get emails every time there are songs to rate.
After you listen to a song, just leave a comment on it sharing your thoughts. You need to listen to at least 90 seconds of each song before leaving your rating.
Once you've rated ten songs, you can get a $5 Amazon card. People who use the site say this adds up quickly, and some people earn an extra $20 a month in Amazon codes just for rating music on the site.
Do you get anything else for rating music?
HitPredictor has frequent raffles and giveaways going on all the time for higher-value gift cards. Not everyone enters these, so your chances of winning may not be terrible.
About the HitPredictor Referral Program
You can get additional points for getting your friends to sign up on HitPredictor. As of now, you get 25 points per friend that signs up as long as they rate five songs after having been a member for one month.
Is HitPredictor worth it?
If you like listening to music and you especially like finding out about new songs from your favorite artists, I think it is.
After all, you can sit and listen to music on Pandora or Spotify all day long and not get anything in return. At least this way you are getting something even though it's just points you can redeem.
I kind of look at it in the same way I look at searching the web via Swagbucks or other search engines. If I do it with Swagbucks, at least I am getting a chance at something. This doesn't mean I never use other search engines because I do, but I certainly use Swagbucks almost daily.
Would you like to get rewarded for rating music on HitPredictor?
You can sign up here. Good luck! And if you have experience with HitPredictor, please share it with us below.
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