Do you leave reviews for all products you use?
If you purchased your item online, do you always leave a review?
When I am extremely unhappy about a product, you can bet your "bottom dollar" that I'll write a review about it. Unfortunately, I don't take the time to write a POSITIVE a review about a product/service that I am satisfied with.
I think that's all going to change.
That's an interesting idea, I'd never thought to leave a review for "every" product. I usually only leave a review for products that I think people should avoid or that I really appreciate. But if the product was merely satisfactory, it doesn't seem to inspire the passion that the extremes do.
No, I don't always leave a review. If I am really happy with the product or extremely displeased, then I will leave a review.
Realistically, not for ALL products. I do, however, make an effort to leave a review for those products that I am either extremely satisfied & impressed with...or very dissatisfied. I think it is important to communicate with companies with as much info as possible. This is one of the key ways that companies can insure better product, customer service, etc...which only increases their bottom line. We all know this is what they care most about...the bottom line!
by Susana Serer 18 months ago
Hi all,I'm creating a hub around christmas gift ideas for a specific niche, based on my own knowledge of the products. Can anyone point me to the rules regarding amazon/text ratios and any other info I need to know please? Thank you
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Starting on October 31st (at 12:00pm PT), our Rigorous Review Contest goes live, meaning that any Hub you write containing a single or multiple person Ratings Capsule will be automatically entered to win anything between $25 and $200 (before submitting an entry, be sure to read through the full...
by Amanda Storm 7 years ago
Do I risk having my hub flagged as overly commercial if I write about a product I like?Do I risk having my hub flagged as "overly commercial" if I write a hub about a product that I like, say a lawn mower or a car? Note that I am not a car salesman nor do I work at a home...
by Dave Collado 4 years ago
Which of the two would you say would be more important in terms of asking customers to go write a review? I doubt anyone would go out of their way to leave two reviews, one on Google and another on Yelp. So, where would you encourage people to go, which is better Google or Yelp?
by john.jackson 6 years ago
Are product reviews allowed or are they too commercial?I would like to write a product-specific review and was wondering whether such commercial topics were allowed under the publishing rules.
by Simone Haruko Smith 6 years ago
Our Rigorous Review contest spans from October 31st at 12:00pm PT to November 28th at 12:00pm PT. During this period, if you publish a Hub with a Ratings Capsule set to single or multiple person reviews, you will be automatically entered into the contest, and should you qualify, may win anything...
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