Want free stuff?
You might have noticed some reviews on the site say they were sponsored by someone. That means those kids got to test out (and keep) the stuff they reviewed – in exchange for their product video.
Do you want to be one of those kids?
First, we’re so glad you want to join KidzVuz.
Next, it’s easy!
Grab your parents, then click “Join the Network!” at the top of the home screen and follow the directions. All the info your parents need to apply for you to be a Star Reviewer is right there. One thing you’ll need for sure: a link to a video of you making a review. You can review anything you want. Just be yourself!
So what does it take to be selected?
We’ll evaluate all video submissions based on the following criteria:
- Audio Quality: We need Clear, easy to hear audio with no music or TV in the background
- Video Quality: Well lit, easy to see video, not shaky or blurry.
- Length: Short, to the point reviews – one to two minutes is best, under three for sure!
- Honest opinions (no scripts!)
- Enthusiasm, energy, smiles!
- Creativity, Star Quality, Poise and speaking ability.
Before your parents submit a link to your video for your application watch it and ask yourself these questions: is it bright enough? Can I hear myself? Is the camera steady? Would I want to watch this? If the answer is yes to all those, click submit. If not, make another videos and try again!
Whether or not you’re accepted into the Star Reviewer Network, we will contact your parent to let them know. If your parents don’t get an email from us within a few days, make sure they check their SPAM folder. Sometimes email systems don’t recognize a brand new email address – even a super cool one like KidzVuz.com. If your parent still doesn’t get it then email us directly at email@example.com and we will figure it out!
If you’re selected, we need your parents to officially approve your account before you can join, so tell them to look for an email from KidzVuz so you can get started.
One last thing: Star Reviewers must be 7-14 years old, and live in the continental United States. Safety is very important to us. In keeping with federal COPPA regulations, Verifiable Parental Consent required.