If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time, then you must have noticed something very odd about the way we write our reviews. For example, does it ever feel like we’re only writing about the best things? Shouldn’t there be more than just one review (or at least three) for each product? Or that when we list our recommendations, we tend to do so in a two part process? It feels like there should be at least five reviews for every product. And that’s before we even get into the nitty-gritty of how we choose which ones to review! There is simply too much to say about everything these days. So here is a list of the top things to do and not do when reviewing products.
We love to start our reviews with what we think of as our own personal favourites. Why shouldn’t we? They are the stars of the show. What if we only said what we think? We may not be the greatest reviews people, but still, we have an opinion! So we should at least try to be as unbiased and objective as possible. When reviewing products, we don’t have to care about what other people think. We just want to know what we like and what we don’t. This is why we shouldn’t try to be too personal. It is not helpful, and it may even be exhausting. When we are in the zone, our personal piquant, we are free to tell all the stories we want. So when we start writing, choose your favourite anecdotes and stories to tell. We all have different likes, dislikes, and favourite products. Some will be better than others, but that is because there are so many different types of products! So, pick a favourite and be yourself. If you don’t have a favourite, then don’t stress about it. Pick a product and see what it does for you!
Ask Great Questions
Another thing we love to do when reviewing products is ask our readers questions. We have thousands of questions, but this is one of the things we try to avoid doing. Ask great questions because it will help you open up the experience for all the people reading your review. Ask your friends and family to join you, too. This is a great way to interact with other people online, and give the people reading your review a view into your world. You can also ask people you trust to Ask the Experts if they have some questions they can answer for you.
We all know how much of an irritation the blearfasts are. But when you don’t blearfasts, you actually have a much better experience when it comes to reviewing products! You are able to concentrate on the experience, not the person who wrote the review. We are more likely to pick up on the nuances and nuances of each product and know it better. So when you don’t blearfasts, you are also likely to pick up on our more personal thoughts, as well as our more general themes. Let us know what you think about each product, and we will see if we can add it to our list of favourite things to do.
Narrow Down Your Choices
There is no doubt that the choice of products and the reviews they provide are an invaluable source of information. But at the same time, we also know that sometimes you just want to pick a product and see what it does for you. So, based on what you are looking for and what your budget is, we suggest narrowing down your choices to one or two products. It doesn’t matter if you want to find a new hobby or improve your current skills, we all have different needs. So, pick one product that plays into a few of your passions, while narrowing it down to two would be better for your wallet.
Before we get into the nitty-gritty of reviewing products, it is good to take a step back and take stock of where we are in life. Where do we stand in terms of our goals? What are our passions? These are the kinds of questions you will often hear when you are just starting out as a blogger. They are the kinds of questions that will help you to choose the right products for you and your budget. There is no doubt that there is much to discuss about the top things to do and not do when reviewing products. The best way to start is with choosing your favourite products and seeing what happens. Once you have your rhythm down, you can begin to write about your experiences in the best possible way. Now that you are on the right track, it is time to begin to review products. Be as detailed as possible, taking note of every aspect that makes a product great and making sure you get your point across. The rest will come into play once you are in the review mode.
Experiment with Shapes and Sizes
One thing that everyone knows but few think about is the fact that it is possible to experiment with different sizes, shapes and textures for products. It can make a world of difference in how they fit and feel as well as perform as they were designed to be performed. You will never truly be “out of shape” as you will always feel great in your new size and style when you are ready to wear it. This is because your body is shaped differently depending on your age and body type. So, try out new designs, fabrics and sizes until you find one that works for you.
We hope that this list of the top things to do and not do when reviewing products has provided some inspiration for you. These are some of the most essential questions and solutions for those who want to write great reviews.