Once a blog starts tasting success then the owner blogger starts receiving lots of request from product owners to review and feature their product on their blog as per their marketing campaign. Even if your blog isn’t working good and in starting phase then also you need to review lots of product under your niche to help out your reader base. So this guide is a lot important for you in both cases mentioned above as I’ll be covering vital things to know before writing review of any product.
Things to Know Before Writing Review of Any Product
Since your readers take whatever you review seriously and in most of the cases they check out the product so your review written must be in a well professional way and you should be following certain important practices. Here down I’m mentioning each of them and hope you find them helpful.
#1 Use Product (If possible)
If possible, use product on your own before writing any review on it. If you’re getting this review order by the producer then ask for a free license to test before reviewing and this is how you’ll come to know exactly what that product can do and don’t. Once you’re aware of all the facts after using it for a good number of hours then the unbiased review you’ll write will be better than what you can write otherwise.
So try and keep this thing as an important factor in each review of any product you’re about to write. This is how you’re going to create a sense of authority among users.
Here are the products which I have used and reviewed on techigyaan:
- Inmotion hosting review
- Mythemeshop review
- MaxBlogPress MBP Subscribers magnet plugin review
- Bluehost review
#2 Write Summary via Pros and Cons part
If a reader isn’t having that time to read your long detailed review then help them by writing summary of your whole plot and writing them via pros and cons is the best possible way out according to me.
I also recommend you to stop thinking of number of words while writing reviews and only think of covering each and every point whether its good or bad. But still sharing a summary of that will help a lot. Also don’t forget to use some formatting features to give them a better look which will also make them look better while reading.
#3 Offer Alternatives
This pact holds a keen importance and if you’re following it then you’re surely creating a deep level of trust among users as you’re not only sharing review but also offering some alternatives. This is how your review won’t look biased and also it adds on knowledge to the readers about availability of different options they got.
So at the end of at starting or wherever appropriate, try to leave some good alternatives to the product you’re reviewing. In case no better product is available then also share near-to-best ones.
At the blog where you’re sharing that review, it must have your name, profile picture and link to your social profiles (at least Google+, Twitter and Facebook). This is how you’re adding an authority makeover to that review and readers can actually find out who is the reader behind that review.
If you neglect this feature then readers aren’t aware of the actual person behind and they got a reason not to trust your review and finally opt for buying that product which you may be affiliating.
#5 Providing support
After writing and publishing a review which is also rocking among readers, your work isn’t completed. If your review was all good then a clear indication of that will be comments which will come beneath that article.
Now your job is to get in talk with all those readers through their comments and if they are seeking for further knowledge or help then don’t hesitate to offer them this much required support. Its totally unsure whether you’ll make a lead via article or your one single comment supporting that reader completely.
Few other review posts on techigyaan:
I leave rest on you and eagerly waiting to hear your side.