10 Facts We NEED to Know Before You Write Your Next Review
We want all of the juicy details! With a drastic increase in online sales, often there will be a lack of firsthand experience before purchasing that limited-time offer you just MUST have. Reading (genuine) reviews written by (authentic) consumers helps to bridge the gap by sharing valuable feedback. Now that you've made your purchase, most times you will be asked to rate your experience. We have tremendous influence on the rating scale reviews others will read before placing their orders. Here are few tips to help make your feedback stand out as being more informative and personable.
1- What was the deciding factor that made you want to spend your money on this item/service/experience?
2- Is there an interesting feature (cool, cute, funny, exciting, inspiring, practical, romantic, unique, weird) that attracted you to this product/service/experience?
3- Describe your honest initial reaction of your first experience with the item/service/experience.
4- Share any relevant sensory (see/feel/smell/taste/hear) observations you have now that you've had a chance to become get to know more about the item/service/experience.
5- Who is the ideal user of this item? Is this a necessity, problem solver, collectible, or splurge purchase?
6- How were product claims met, unmet, or exceeded according to expectations?
7- Post pictures or a video to highlight your personal likes/dislikes about your experience.
8- How effective was the ease of using this item? What are the benefits?
9- Would you recommend this product to a friend?
10- How helpful was your experience with any customer support staff?
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