Yes as long as you explain why it's so bad. Remember, the reader needs to be able to understand the context of your words and meaning.
It's called constructive criticism. I did one on the iPad, because it doesn't support flash media. So it's a fair thing to say, as I wasn't lying about it. Yes, you can be negative, but always say why and flag your reasons clearly. It has to be logical and reasoned. Even in a commercial hub, you can do this.
iaqm not sure but i think the peopple have a right to know whats safe and what isnt
Well, I'm glad someone asked. Reviews don't always have to say good things about other products. Just express how you feel about the product, and why. Aside from that, there's no rules.
As long as you do not violate defamation law, you should be Ok.
by Sarah Spradlin 9 months ago
Can the book cover be a picture in my review?
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