I was just wondering if anyone has used the internet?

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I was just wondering if anyone has used the internet?

MasterBlaster MasterBlaster
I was just wondering if anyone has used the internet as a resource to become a better product reviewer? If so can you please link sites that would be worthy of checking out, preferably ones with video. I am always look to better myself in my endeavors and I think that this could help me to better learn the art of reviewing products.
12/01/2010
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TitsMcScandal TitsMcScandal
One of the best help guides that I use:

link: link
12/01/2010
El-Jaro El-Jaro
I'd suggest just looking at the reviews you've enjoyed here and try emulating (not copying) them.

Did they make you laugh? Have lots of detail? Things like that...
12/01/2010
Kayla Kayla
Quote:
Originally posted by TitsMcScandal
One of the best help guides that I use:

link: link
Rayne's guide is definitely one of the best I've seen. I should get around to writing one, but I'm lazy.

By the way, your title is one of the best forum post titles ever.
12/01/2010
ScottA ScottA
Look at the reviews you like and find useful. Figure out what things you would like to know about the product before you get it. If you have a toy, look at some reviews on it and see what you think they're missing or could do better. Use the Internet to find out everything you can about a product before you review it.

I even "cheat" a bit and look at other reviews of the same product to get an idea of things that came up for other reviewers and didn't/did for me.
12/01/2010
MasterBlaster MasterBlaster
Sweet, Thanks for the link I'll have to check it out a little bit later though. I'll let your know what I think.
12/14/2010
NuMe NuMe
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
I'd suggest just looking at the reviews you've enjoyed here and try emulating (not copying) them.

Did they make you laugh? Have lots of detail? Things like that...
I agree with JR. When I was first starting out, I used to read the reviews of people who wrote reviews that I found very helpful. Also, whenever I was trying to tackle a new type of item to review, such as books or lube, I would again check out what I thought were the best reviews of those types.
12/14/2010
Porfiriato Porfiriato
Quote:
Originally posted by El-Jaro
I'd suggest just looking at the reviews you've enjoyed here and try emulating (not copying) them.

Did they make you laugh? Have lots of detail? Things like that...
I agree, look at reviews ranked extremely useful to see what they include, and see what top reviewers do in their reviews
12/14/2010
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