A quick guide in how to be more efficient in making money on Slice The Pie.
Do you wish that you could earn money faster through Slice the Pie?
Have you ever thought if I do 30mins a night I can review 15 songs per day?
Have you ever been tired because your rating never seems to rise?
This is a short guide on how you can earn more efficiently through Slice the Pie.
There are a few rules that you need to abide by for this system to work:
- Never score higher then 7.
- Never score less then 4.
The aim of this game is to get the closest to the average as possible and not everyone is going to like the same song, this means that in some cases one scout may vote 10, but another scout may hate the genre and vote 0. This means that if you voted 5 for the song your accuracy would 100%. Accuracy is the key to getting a higher rating.
I write about 26 reviews every 30mins, the way I do this is by opening up the windows accessory Notepad. With Notepad open whilst you are rating music it allows you to write your reviews whilst the 60second timer is ticking down, then all you need to do is copy what you have written into the review box.
Here are some stats:
- 1 Star Scouts = 3p per review
- 2 Star Scouts = 5p per review
- 3 Star Scouts = 7p per review
- 4 Star Scouts = 9p per review
- 5 Star Scouts = 12p per review
Therefore when a scout does 15 reviews per 30mins, here are their earnings:
- 1 Star Scouts = 45p
- 2 Star Scouts = 75p
- 3 Star Scouts = £1.05
- 4 Star Scouts = £1.35
- 5 Star Scouts = £1.80
Now if you were to do my method and complete 26 songs per 30mins:
- 1 Star Scouts = 78p
- 2 Star Scouts = £1.30
- 3 Star Scouts = £1.82
- 4 Star Scouts = £2.34
- 5 Star Scouts = £3.12
As you can see over time that increase of just 11 songs every 30mins can increase your money making severely, you are nearly doubling your earnings.
Now I know you saying, I can never think what to write well here are a few pointers:
As you are only mainly listening to the intro of the song, this is the best place to write about.
- What did you think of the intro?
- Was it a good length?
- Did it blend into the song?
Write about the vocals
- Were they in tune?
- Did they go with the music?
- Did it need more or less power?
Write about the music
- Was the volume ok?
- Was it well worked?
- The guitar played well?
- Do you think it will make the showcase?
You should be able to write about 50 words in a minute if you follow these guidelines.