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looking best way to write review articles

Discussion in 'Copywriting & Sales Persuasion' started by manolo12399, Jun 11, 2015.

  1. manolo12399

    manolo12399 Senior Member

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    I am creating a new authority website, I have most of the things down, now I am deciding on how to structure the reviews of the products, they are niched online tutorials,


    Untill now I have this as main points for the article reviews:

    The Goal of the Course
    -Title of the Course
    -What you will learn
    -Course Creator


    Who will benefit from it
    ....


    What this course cover
    .....



    How the course is formatted
    ....



    Does the course deliever benefit?
    .....

    My conclusions....


    can you give me some help on what to help, or if you found some good resource, for help on formatting a review article?

    thanks
     
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    SensualTyrannosaurus Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Why not just answer those topics as questions?

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  3. manolo12399

    manolo12399 Senior Member

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    Hi Johnny,

    thanks for the replay, yes I have managed to write the reviews, and look very good too, I think, I am hiring a native english proof reader to do some fixing, but I think are good, also because , I am really using this products, so is not too hard to write.

    I write on paper, then type on word, is the best way for me, I am an old dog... typing stop my ideas flowing...he he
     
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    I'd add a section on pricing, and maybe something on pros and cons.
     
  5. Seven4

    Seven4 Power Member

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    If you write reviews for course, use sites that sell courses as examples. Your copy is similar to the one available at udemy. You can give a look to courses related to the one you're reviewing. They even give a free course about how to start a course on udemy; join and use their checklist.

    Personally, I'll recommend you to add a video (intro, overview or experiences).