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StrapOnStud StrapOnStud
I'm still fairly new to the whole reviewing products scene. I went through the mentor stage and upgraded as well. But it seems that for some of my reviews have the same people voting "somewhat helpful" but not leaving a comment. It would be so helpful to know what can I improve on.
02/27/2011
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danellejohns danellejohns
I think if you use the extended form instead of the freeform, it will help you cover points that most people are looking for. It will help you become more in depth when describing certain features of the item you are reviewing.

This is just my opinion. I personally do not like using the extended form when I do my reviews but most people seem to like that form better. I would say try it in that form and see how it goes.
02/27/2011
markeagleone markeagleone
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Originally posted by StrapOnStud
I'm still fairly new to the whole reviewing products scene. I went through the mentor stage and upgraded as well. But it seems that for some of my reviews have the same people voting "somewhat helpful" but not leaving a comment. It ...
Use the extended version as much as possible. Also, review the product for the products qualities. Add your experience with the product at the appropriate time, unless the product breaks,ect. Try to add pro and con based on the product qualities. Your opinions are worth alot, but peoples opinions are all over the board. What may be a con to you, might be a pro for another. I usually go by what the product says it can do versus what it actually can do(when it comes to pros and cons). Add as much info as you can and research materials, manuf., ect., even if it is out side of Eden.
02/27/2011
Kindred Kindred
You could always consult with your mentor again and ask them to look over the reviews you feel are not getting the votes you would like. Additionally, you could go through the process with another mentor for additional experience. There are many advanced reviewers that still use mentors.
02/27/2011
StrapOnStud StrapOnStud
Thank you all for your advice. I will definitely take them all into consideration.
02/27/2011
TheSinDoll TheSinDoll
It has helped me to get out of my head a little bit by reading other reviews. Read a ton of them. See how people voted. Notice what information is being given and what you tend to leave out of the reviews that you do. Be comfortable with what you're writing.

Read, read, read!


Good luck!
02/27/2011
mama2007 mama2007
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Originally posted by StrapOnStud
I'm still fairly new to the whole reviewing products scene. I went through the mentor stage and upgraded as well. But it seems that for some of my reviews have the same people voting "somewhat helpful" but not leaving a comment. It ...
agreed. i went thru mentor and am now advanced reviewer and id like to know what i need to improve on or re word, by fellow mentors or reviewers, to get my rank up. i am 4.8
03/02/2011
Vaccinium Vaccinium
It's nice to see you care enough to ask. A lot of people wouldn't care enough to want to improve.
03/02/2011
StrapOnStud StrapOnStud
About a week ago or so, I posted my latest review. I took the advice you guys gave me and tried the extended format again. The response was extremely useful! Thank you all for the positive feedback!
03/28/2011
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