By: Author Swati Chalumuri. Disclaimer: This post might contain affiliate links. Please read our affiliate disclosure for more information. It may seem almost unbelievable, but you can actually get paid to read books , now! Thought-provoking, right?
Can I Get Paid to Listen to Music? Yes.
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Our editors independently research, test, and recommend the best products; you can learn more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. Unless you're a vinyl connoisseur, odds are your physical music collection is pretty sparse. And unless you've managed to keep your iPod from giving up the ghost, you probably aren't exactly swimming in MP3s either. Thankfully music streaming services, for better or worse, have managed to fill that gap, putting a virtually limitless supply of music at your fingertips. Something to bear in mind is that while you can download and cache songs on your computer or mobile device, you technically won't own any of the music you download. While there are services like Amazon Music and Emusic that allow you to download albums a-la-carte, there are still a variety of restrictions on how it can be distributed.
The DOs and DO NOTs of getting your book reviewed
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Music is an international language, and so is money! There is a new site that actually pays you to listen to music and rate it. SliceThePie is a website that specializes in music review. It actively invites members to join its panel of judges who rate the work of aspiring music artists, and get paid at the same time.