Upload a Video Product Review to ShopWiki

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ShopWiki video product reviews take the idea of user-generated content to a new level. You’ll get a little piece of fame for your efforts and the ShopWiki community will benefit from your useful contribution. Please note that video product reviews are not commercials, personal videos or funny skits. There are plenty of other Web sites on the Internet for those videos.

After taking a look at the types of products that work well in video reviews, click the button below to upload your video. You must be registered with a valid email address associated with your username in order to upload a video. If you are a registered user but did not submit an email address, click to your personal account page, click the edit tab and update the email field in the bottom right corner. We reserve the right to reject any video product review video for any reason.

Remember, we are no longer paying $50 for all approved videos submitted after February 28th at 11:59PM ET, but your accepted video review will continue to be inducted into the ShopWiki video review library for all users to view.

For more information, check out the Video Review FAQ.
We are looking for video reviews of products that are feature rich and can be demonstrated on video. Below are some of the categories and products that work well when demonstrated on video.

Computers and Electronics, including desktops, laptops, printers, cameras, DVD players, game consoles and more.

Babies and Toddlers, including strollers, car seats, cribs, high chairs, carriers, walkers, swings and more.

Health and Beauty, including curling irons, hair dryers, electric razors, heart rate monitors, pedometers and more.

Home and Garden, including vacuums, kitchen appliances, dishwashers, table saws, lawn care tools, power tools and more.

Sports and Recreation, including bikes, scuba diving equipment, skiing equipment, climbing gear, exercise equipment and more.

There are a few video review categories we don’t want right now, including cell phones, books, CDs, DVDs, video games, software, clothing, shoes, adult products, medical devices, drugs/smoking paraphernalia, guides on individual clothing items, airline tickets, mortgages, food or beverages, cars or car parts and any product that can not be visually demonstrated.