I was just wondering if anyone has used the internet?

Contributor: MasterBlaster MasterBlaster
I was just wondering if anyone has used the internet as a resource to become a better product reviewer? If so can you please link sites that would be worthy of checking out, preferably ones with video. I am always look to better myself in my endeavors and I think that this could help me to better learn the art of reviewing products.
12/01/2010
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Contributor: GingerAnn GingerAnn
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Contributor: TitsMcScandal TitsMcScandal
One of the best help guides that I use:

link: link
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Contributor: El-Jaro El-Jaro
I'd suggest just looking at the reviews you've enjoyed here and try emulating (not copying) them.

Did they make you laugh? Have lots of detail? Things like that...
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Contributor: Kayla Kayla
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Originally posted by TitsMcScandal
One of the best help guides that I use:

link: link
Rayne's guide is definitely one of the best I've seen. I should get around to writing one, but I'm lazy.

By the way, your title is one of the best forum post titles ever.
12/01/2010
Contributor: ScottA ScottA
Look at the reviews you like and find useful. Figure out what things you would like to know about the product before you get it. If you have a toy, look at some reviews on it and see what you think they're missing or could do better. Use the Internet to find out everything you can about a product before you review it.

I even "cheat" a bit and look at other reviews of the same product to get an idea of things that came up for other reviewers and didn't/did for me.
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Contributor: MasterBlaster MasterBlaster
Sweet, Thanks for the link I'll have to check it out a little bit later though. I'll let your know what I think.
12/14/2010
Contributor: removedacnt removedacnt
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Originally posted by El-Jaro
I'd suggest just looking at the reviews you've enjoyed here and try emulating (not copying) them.

Did they make you laugh? Have lots of detail? Things like that...
I agree with JR. When I was first starting out, I used to read the reviews of people who wrote reviews that I found very helpful. Also, whenever I was trying to tackle a new type of item to review, such as books or lube, I would again check out what I thought were the best reviews of those types.
12/14/2010
Contributor: Porfiriato Porfiriato
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Originally posted by El-Jaro
I'd suggest just looking at the reviews you've enjoyed here and try emulating (not copying) them.

Did they make you laugh? Have lots of detail? Things like that...
I agree, look at reviews ranked extremely useful to see what they include, and see what top reviewers do in their reviews
12/14/2010