Is Slice The Pie Worth it?

Karaki By Karaki, 11th Jun 2016 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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Slice The Pie - a new website that pays you to listen to songs. Is it worth the time?

What is Slice The Pie?

Slice the Pie is a website that is quickly rising in popularity. Slice The Pie pays its members to listen and write reviews for songs. Signing up is simple and free.

Is It Worth The Time?

The main attraction for many is the opportunity to earn money online by listening and reviewing songs. The website requires that you listen to the song for 90 seconds, and the minimum review length seems to be about 45 words or 223 characters. When you begin reviewing songs it pays you 2 to 4 cents per video. As you do more reviews you gain more stars, raising the amount of money you make per review. At 3 out of 5 stars your earning increase to 4 to 6 cents per song. If you make 4 cents per song and review every song in 90 seconds, the shortest time possible, you will make $1.6 per hour. To make $7.5 dollars per hour, you would need to earn 19 cents per song and review each song in 90 seconds. However, the average review takes around 3 minutes. If you earn 5 cents per song at 3 minutes per song then you will earn 1 dollar an hour. Obviously, there is no way that Slice The Pie is an efficient use of time to make even a little pocket change.

Benefits Of Slice The Pie

Despite paying far too little to be an efficient use of time for making money, Slice The Pie still has many reviews that dedicate their time to reviewing their music. They do this because Slice The Pie allows you to have an impact on the song and music community.


Slice the Pie pays far too little to make any profit off of it. However, if you want to listen to music and have an impact in the music industry then this site could be very fitting for you.


Make Money Online, Music, Review

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