What do you find to be...

eri86 eri86
... the hardest part about writing a review? For me it's just trying to decide where to start.

I haven't ever written the sections of a descriptive review in order. I bounce back and forth till all the sections are written.
05/27/2013
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Gunsmoke Gunsmoke
For me - it's making sure I am balanced. Even of the toys didn't perform as I expected, I try to envision who it would work well for - and say why. This gives the reader a chance to see if the toys is suitable for them - even if it was not great for me.
05/27/2013
Heartthrob Heartthrob
Quote:
Originally posted by eri86
... the hardest part about writing a review? For me it's just trying to decide where to start.

I haven't ever written the sections of a descriptive review in order. I bounce back and forth till all the sections are written.
The opener. I always want it to be catchy but some products are harder to make a title for than others.
05/27/2013
Edeneve Edeneve
well, I put a lot of deliberation into writing reviews. coming up w/ a title seems to stand out right now in response to your question.
05/27/2013
PeaceToTheMiddleEast PeaceToTheMiddleEast
Quote:
Originally posted by Heartthrob
The opener. I always want it to be catchy but some products are harder to make a title for than others.
I agree with you on this one.
05/27/2013
js250 js250
I have noticed my DR's are more clinical and factual than my regular reviews. I have been working on this for awhile and have noticed the progress-but I still have to add more of 'me' to the reviews sometimes!!
05/28/2013
KatPawz2003 KatPawz2003
I have problems with the flow of my reviews. I write them in the order that I think of things so it normally end up being title, pro/cons/summary, packaging (if i do it), care, material, performance, size, and then use. As a result the sections don't flow together well and I have to go back and read it in order before I post.

I also have problems with writing certain sections the same way in almost every review. I try to go back and change things before I post so they don't all sound like i cut and pasted the info from my other ones.
06/03/2013
Trysexual Trysexual
Trying not to be repetitive and stay on point. The different sections have some overlap to me, so I find myself saying the same things to feel like I am covering all the bases.
06/03/2013
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