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I have seen acouple contributors that I read a review from them and its awesome so i check out their others and they start with and pretty much say the same things as the other review I read from them..just the name of the product and material is
I have seen acouple contributors that I read a review from them and its awesome so i check out their others and they start with and pretty much say the same things as the other review I read from them..just the name of the product and material is changed!Which is disapointing because I thought they had good writing skills and figured there other reviews would be just as good..incept they are the same! And personally I generally try not to read to many of reviews on the product I plan to write about(unless I read the review and that influences me on getting it)and I definitely dont read them right before i write them..otherwise even if you dont mean to people often write what they saw written already,not realizing that it wasnt from their head but someone elses!I understand like I had said that in the beginning you might not have it down what people want to know about a product(like myself) and thats why the mentor program should be required if they want free assignments if they dont catch on in the first couple reviews they do.I went through mentoring(she was awesome by the way!) and I think it has helped me drastically! o also..another thing that bothers me is yes pics are helpful but I see alot of people basing reviews on not having them ..instead of the info thats there.
That first thing you talk about isn't plagiarism. I know that I always start out my reviews the same. Actually, I follow my own little layout. First I'll tell you what the product is, what sizes it is available in, the variety of colours, and why I decided to purchase it. Then I'll tell you about the packaging. Then the toy/lingerie material composition, then measurements, then the functions/features, then the performance, then the rating and why I rated it this way.
Certain things like packaging information will sound repetitive, but that's because if you review many products from a specific company (like DreamGirl for example), all of their packagings are the same. I always will include the information about the packaging though even though someone else may have already read another review of mine that has basically the same information because a lot of people reading the reviews are not other reviewers- they're customers just shopping the site. There are only so many ways that a reviewer can say that it came in a rectangular cardboard box which is not ideal for storing the item when it's not being worn.