What is your opinion on having a mini how-to in the Personal Experiences area of a review?

js250 js250
I am currently working on my review for the P3, which is designed as a prostrate massager. I am using this as a G-spot stimulator and have included a mini tutorial on how to find/target your G-spot.

Is this just too much for a review or is it something you would find interesting?

Would you refer back to it after obtaining the toy or brush it off after reading the review?
06/18/2012
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nanamondoute nanamondoute
I don't think reviews need a tutorial about that. It's better if you put it on some other page/website and then link to it.
06/18/2012
sktb0007 sktb0007
I think it's an interesting idea, especially since I'm one of those people who are still on the hunt for the damn spot. I think that it's not necessary that you add it but I do think that it would make a nice add on and would be appreciated by those who need it.

The only thing that makes me think, "hmm, maybe not", is the fact that you're reviewing a toy that is a prostate massager. Would I (as a consumer) care about g spot tutorials in a prostate massager review? Probably not. Others might, but I wouldn't expect to see an abundance of information on the subject when the toy was not made for that as it's main function. Now, if the toy was made for g spot stimulation (and was listed in the g-spot stimulating toy category), then I'd be more likely to find this information useful.
06/18/2012
HarlequinBunnie HarlequinBunnie
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
I am currently working on my review for the P3, which is designed as a prostrate massager. I am using this as a G-spot stimulator and have included a mini tutorial on how to find/target your G-spot.

Is this just too much for a review or is it ... More
Interesting and helpful too. I would read and hopefully learn something new.
06/18/2012
GONE! GONE!
I think it's a good idea. The more info the better usually and someone out there might still need to know this stuff even if they've been hanging around Eden.
06/18/2012
Geogeo Geogeo
I wouldn't be too interested in that but it doesn't hurt to add.
06/18/2012
Ansley Ansley
I know I'm definitely not interested in something like that being added in the review. If you want to give additional techniques in a review, create a thread on the toy and title it additional information or something. I mean, I love you all to death but damn some of you folks are winded. Some of us just don't have that kind of time. And in the personal experiences section, I would rather read about your actual experience with the toy than find out how to find my g-spot. There are a million websites that easily point to that information, there's only one shot for the review on Eden. That's just my personal preference, but I hope it illustrates both sides?
06/18/2012
Rossie Rossie
I also think it's a good idea, it's helpful for EFers who complain about not knowing how to locate the spot. For readers who don't need that mini-tutorial, they can just skip through it.

You can also create a separate thread on the community page showing the same information, so the people who happen to miss your review can still read the tutorial.
06/18/2012
solitudinarian solitudinarian
I'd prefer a link to a forum post or article.
06/18/2012
SexyStuff SexyStuff
I think that is great. Usually when I am reading reviews, my favorite portion is the personal experience for just this reason.
06/18/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
I am currently working on my review for the P3, which is designed as a prostrate massager. I am using this as a G-spot stimulator and have included a mini tutorial on how to find/target your G-spot.

Is this just too much for a review or is it ... More
I see no real problem with it in a review for a P-spot toy, although I wonder how many folks with a G-spot will be reading the review.

Honestly though, I thing a Work Shop would much better, not only would it get more attention but it would be a great reference thread for those looking to find theirs.
06/19/2012
js250 js250
I added links to the review to articles I wrote for the Cafe. A workshop sounds like a great idea!
06/19/2012
ToyTimeTim ToyTimeTim
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
I added links to the review to articles I wrote for the Cafe. A workshop sounds like a great idea!
Really you should. I got a lot of great feed back from my P-spot work shop, I see no reason why yours would not do the same.
06/19/2012
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