Up The Amount Of Open Advanced Free Reviews Per Item?

ShadowKitten ShadowKitten
I've been browsing the site for a couple day looking for my first free toy to review and you would NOT believe how many I came across that I absolutely loved that were out of stock or unavailable due to 3 reviews already in the queue. Considering how many members there are on EF and how popular some toys get for 'newbies' to it, I really think is is somewhat a problem that could easily be solved by maybe even just doubling the amount of open reviews to 6, as well I really am hoping that stock of like, 70% of the site will come back to being in stock after a few days past the Atlanta move as its quite saddening to find so many awesome toys completely out of stock (or labeled as it).

What do you guys think?
03/14/2011
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zeebot zeebot
That would be nice for reviewers, but probably not the best idea (financially or otherwise) for EF.
03/14/2011
Kindred Kindred
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Originally posted by ShadowKitten
I've been browsing the site for a couple day looking for my first free toy to review and you would NOT believe how many I came across that I absolutely loved that were out of stock or unavailable due to 3 reviews already in the queue. Considering ... More
The Product Search is helpful for finding items. You can set the parameters to match your price range and whether or not there are reviews. Additionally, newest items available appear at the top.
03/14/2011
Lucidity Lucidity
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Originally posted by zeebot
That would be nice for reviewers, but probably not the best idea (financially or otherwise) for EF.
Pretty much.
03/14/2011
Tori Rebel Tori Rebel
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Originally posted by zeebot
That would be nice for reviewers, but probably not the best idea (financially or otherwise) for EF.
I'd have to agree. While there might not be anything you love or things in a higher price bracket, there are always free items for review. EF is a business and they are, as all business are, in this for financial gain- giving away twice as much free product would be pretty detrimental.
03/14/2011
TitsMcScandal TitsMcScandal
Not to mention, if you really want something, there is always the buyout option. I know I've had to do it a few times on items I want. EF is nice enough to have this fantastic program and I think the amount of product they giveaway is substantial enough as is.
03/14/2011
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