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Creating content for a review site

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by tono485, Jan 29, 2013.

  1. tono485

    tono485 Newbie

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    I have created an affiliate review site, but my MAIN problem is that I find it pretty hard to review products I haven´t actually used or tried. What are your techniques when reviewing such products ? thank you
     
  2. dr.pepper

    dr.pepper Regular Member

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    Find someone else who has reviewed it then re write and maybe change a few bits and pieces here and there so it looks like you are giving a 'personal ' view

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  3. BrianKade001

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    Why don't you hire writers? I have hired couple of writers at a reasonable rate to review Clickbank products. Things become easy if you have specialized for finishing your tasks at a reasonable price. Hire people and get your done rather slogging your ass for hours together.
     
  4. kbklash

    kbklash Senior Member

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    Reviewing is an easy thing,once you start to know,how to deal with it.For affiliate sites,you got to be more genuine.Otherwise you will lose rep eventually.I know cause am an admin of one year old review site.

    As being an affiliate it's not your job to do the heaving lifting of the product, it's the merchants job to close the prospect and sell the product. Don't be afraid to do a negative product review, telling your readers what NOT to buy.You will always make more sales when you can show proof of results. That's why testimonials, case studies etc are so needed.If you can research a lil bit about the product,that you are going to promote,its a definite plus.
     
  5. tono485

    tono485 Newbie

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    thanks, next tips are appreciated
     
  6. maecenas23

    maecenas23 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Go visit Odesk.com and make sure the job description states clear all the things you need from the contractor.
    Stick to 2.5-3$/500 words, ignore bangladesh, nigeria and some other similar countries but keep an eye on philipine. Some golden writers can write amazing reviews for those rates.

    Take your time and do the interviews, give them a test article and if everything is fine, go for it. Make sure you tell them that you are interested in long-term collaboration and also never take into consideration low-balls offers. They will just waste your valuable time.

    Hope it helps.