Originally posted by
Alan & Michele
Maybe you could try this then: Write your review just like you always do, but then look at the Extended Template just to get ideas for anything additional that you could add to it here and there.
I agree with this idea.
I actually enjoy the extended review system simply because I would forget all the different thing's I should add into my review. Most of the people that stop by to read your interview are generally looking for a well written and informative review. At least I do when I read reviews, I like a lot of information, different scenarios and examples of the product used. Then again, I also don't want to spend an hour reading a novel of a review
Also what helps me personally is when I'm reviewing a product that already has other reviews on it, I will read almost all of them. This will spring ideas into my head about different things I should try, or add into my review. I DO NOT however copy anything from someone else's review, never never ever.
I do agree with you Cherry21 that a lot of reviews repeat the same thing, especially if someone reviews 5 silicone toys, a lot of the time they will say the same thing about its material and texture, the cleaning and maintenance of it also. Hopefully what I have said will help in improving your reviews. If I were to add any constructive criticism to improving your reviews, I feel you could just add more detailed information and maybe personal experiences, or offer suggestions to different uses of what you are reviewing. Your Thrusting Rabbit and Corset reviews are on the right track to being more lengthy and detailed