what are the advantages to becoming a student over just doing reviews and trying to become advanced by yourself??

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what are the advantages to becoming a student over just doing reviews and trying to become advanced by yourself??

RayneBlade RayneBlade
I really would like to know if being a student helps as much as it seems like it can. I know having someone help guide you through the process of creating quality reviews can really help but does it make that big of a difference when becoming advanced?
01/26/2015
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Originally posted by RayneBlade
I really would like to know if being a student helps as much as it seems like it can. I know having someone help guide you through the process of creating quality reviews can really help but does it make that big of a difference when becoming ...
I was a mentor in the first mentor program. I can say that my students rapidly progressed with their reviews before the end of the program. So, my answer to you is, yes.
01/26/2015
Rossie Rossie
Yes, it does make a big difference. I can tell you that since I'm an editor for EF and the first person going through all the reviews submitted by reviewers with a 5.5 or lower ranking. Most new reviewers include very few useful information in their reviews and have a hard time using the proper terms to describe the products. IF you don't want to go through a mentor, you can read reviews written by some of the great reviewers. Then you'll know what necessary information you should include plus the correct terms when writing sex toy reviews. I'll message you with links to some of the good reviewers profile page, so you can read the “EU” reviews they've written.
01/26/2015
Pete's Princess Pete's Princess
My reviews were so much better after I went through the mentor program. It helps to get some feedback. If you don't want to do the program, here are some things to consider when reviewing. Who would this toy be best for, who might it not work for. What are the ingredients/materials? If it has a motor, how loud is it? Many people live with roommates, family members or are just sensitive to noise. Is it buzzy or rumbly in vibrations. Pictures are always a big help. If it is clothing, measurements are good as sizes can vary widely between manufacturers and even between styles with the same manufacturer.
02/17/2015
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