Review Title Preferences----Just the Facts, Make It Fit The Review-or-Grab My Attention?

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Review Title Preferences----Just the Facts, Make It Fit The Review-or-Grab My Attention?

js250 js250
Each and every one of us has our own distinct manner of titling the reviews we write. Some of the methods I have noticed are:
--State the name of the item for review.
--Set the tone of the review.
--Just basic facts, nothing else.
--Cute, quirky, humorous or fun.
--Attention Grabbing.

What type title do you write?
What type title do you prefer?
Suggestions for writing better titles?
02/26/2013
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Mwar Mwar
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
Each and every one of us has our own distinct manner of titling the reviews we write. Some of the methods I have noticed are:
--State the name of the item for review.
--Set the tone of the review.
--Just basic facts, nothing ...
It depends on the toy, really. Sometimes, if I have a strong reactions about the toy, my titles become more out there and bombastic. If a toy bores me, I try and come up with something witty, but probably fall flat.

One I like to do is try and use a known phrase for my title. It entertains me, especially when people get the reference
02/26/2013
XxFallenAngelxX XxFallenAngelxX
It's whatever sticks out to me when I am doing the review.
02/26/2013
spunkmonkey spunkmonkey
I don't pay that much attention to review titles.
02/26/2013
Sammi Sammi
Quote:
Originally posted by Mwar
It depends on the toy, really. Sometimes, if I have a strong reactions about the toy, my titles become more out there and bombastic. If a toy bores me, I try and come up with something witty, but probably fall flat.

One I like to do is try and ...
I agree - it depends on the toy. Most of the time, I like when the title sets the tone, but it can be a combination of most of those.
02/26/2013
js250 js250
I jump around...usually trying to be creative. I am going to start adding a few facts like size of lingerie, scent, or other important factor.....
02/27/2013
kendra30752 kendra30752
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
Each and every one of us has our own distinct manner of titling the reviews we write. Some of the methods I have noticed are:
--State the name of the item for review.
--Set the tone of the review.
--Just basic facts, nothing ...
Whatever works at the moment. I usually make the title quick and focus the rest of my energy on the review. No time for creative titles over here. Lol. Mine tend to be cheesier if I think more on them.
02/27/2013
kandy anjel kandy anjel
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
Each and every one of us has our own distinct manner of titling the reviews we write. Some of the methods I have noticed are:
--State the name of the item for review.
--Set the tone of the review.
--Just basic facts, nothing ...
depends on the topic and depth
02/27/2013
Trysexual Trysexual
It depends. I like it when you can play on words with the product name, but that doesn't always work. Sometimes just the facts works best.
02/27/2013
PropertyOfPotter PropertyOfPotter
I try to be clever with my titles, but sometimes it just doesn't come to me, so I'm more factual about it.
02/27/2013
sktb0007 sktb0007
I usually struggle with choosing titles for my reviews. It's the very last thing I'll do. I write the review, pros, cons, summary, and take photos before adding a title.
03/01/2013
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