You can write a product review about almost anything, from toothpaste to Toyotas and everything in between. People love to read product reviews because it helps them decide if they want to buy a certain item or not, so writing something like this could do a great service to your fellow consumers. If you are thinking about submitting something like this in the near future, you may want to adjust your writing to make the review more memorable for the readers. That way, people will be more likely to turn to you for advice in the future. Here are some tips to help you make a product review stand out from all the rest.
Don’t just say “Ya, I liked the item. It was cool.” Try to put a little more information into the review. Tell people about the specific features that you like in the item and why you feel that it is worthy of being reviewed. Think about what you would like to know about someone’s experiences with the item and try to include that in your own review. This will help you make the biggest impact possible.
Explain the Background
Let people know why you purchased the item in the first place and what your overall intentions were. This will help them relate to you, just in case they have the same intentions. Single moms connect with single moms and business men connect with business men. You just have to make sure that the words you put on the pages are worthy of a connection.
Be Completely Honest
Don’t act like the product was good if it was a piece of crap. Tell people what it was really like. Of course, you don’t want to come across as if you are complaining, but you should try to come across like you’re letting people know how it really is. They will appreciate the honesty, no matter how negative it may be.
Balance Good and Bad
Try to showcase at least one good and one bad feature of an item, even if it is clearly obvious what your actual opinion is. This will help you seem unbiased because you at least tried to see the other side. You can still tell people that this was the worst product you have ever spent money on, but you don’t have to make the review one sided. People may think you have some other motives if you do that.
Follow the tips above the next time you write a product review, and you will have no issues getting people to follow what you have to say. All it takes is a little manipulation.
About the Author: Andrea Peterman is a product tester that spends most of her time writing reviews for Ukritic.com. She keeps an open mind about every single product that comes her way and helps her readers learn the facts before making a purchase.