I am getting paid $125 to write this. It's my opinion, though.
The real innovation of ReviewMe is that they’ve created a marketplace for buying influence. Unlike PayPerPost, which lists fixed-price review opportunities that any blogger can select, ReviewMe allows advertisers to select the blogs where they want to be reviewed — each blog can accept or reject the paid review opportunity.
Whether advertisers get their money's worth is an entirely different story. But, I guess we'll see. As an advertiser, I'd much rather use Turn.
I like Rex Hammock's deal offer too:
Anyway, I’m so impressed with the share-and-share-alike model of ReviewMe, I’ve decided to go one step better. I’ll pay $62.50 to one lucky reader who reads this review — you don’t even have to like it, just read it. To be considered for payment, all you need to do is add a comment on this post answering the following question: “Should a blogger accept payment for a post made on his or her blog?” Please keep your comment brief or link to your own blog for the long version. On your comment, make sure you have a valid e-mail address (it won’t be displayed, but I’ll be able to reach you if you win the $62.50). One e-mail address will be selected at random on November 18. I will send you the $62.50 when ReviewMe sends me my $125, so I have no idea when you’ll get it. Happy commenting. (Void where prohibited — but I won’t tell anyone if you don’t.)