Do you use the products you review? follow up

Last Update: June 15, 2017

I asked a question "do you use the products you review". the example I used was of an air roaster, which I am actually looking at buying.

The question came about because I was looking at other affiliate programs like WA (nothing as good as WA) for a review I was thinking about writing.

I noticed that many of the programs cost quite a lot of money. The one I was going to review was $1995.

I wondered then about writing reviews without personally buying and using the product because the costs could be huge. Particularly if your research has suggested the product may not be to your liking.

Eventually, I know I will make money from my experience at WA but at the moment I would have to rob the Bank of England to be able to afford all of the products I would like to review.

Thank you to everyone who replied to my question and for all of the wonderful suggestions that I could put in place to do a review. Fortunately, without my having to buy a tropical island retreat, with sandy beaches, a cabana boy serving pineapple cocktails while listening to Adele (great review topics).

Then again, that would be an awesome excuse to go to a tropical island retreat, with sandy beaches and a cabana boy serving pineapple cocktails while listening to Adele.

Ahhhh, but the dream lives on.


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CowboyJames Premium
Your review rings true and you have more to say if you own. you will know what the Quirks are that an other review maybe not. But you can write with passion or not if you own it.
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GlenPalo Premium
I prefer to review products/services I have used or tried. Otherwise, for me, it takes more research to do a fair review.
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emergent Premium
Your right, it does take a lot of time to research. Thank you for your comment.

Sharon
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spurway Premium Plus
When doing a Product review you should buy the product.
Look around in your Home and Garden see what you use and write one from there.
If you thinking of a digital product review or membership program at least to the fairness of the creator you should have used or tried the program.
So my answer to your question is yes.
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emergent Premium
Thank you for your reply.
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pablocortina Premium
You are welcome. Keep going
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emergent Premium
Thank you, Pablo.
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enebeliuk Premium
Lol! Nice visual there.

I have reviewed products I've experienced using at some point in my life, mainly because I felt I could speak with conviction about each one. I'm sure you can review a product/service objectively, without having to buy it, if you do enough research on it though.
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emergent Premium
thank you for your reply. I think you can be objective with lots of research and adding that it is your opinion.

I will let you know what my island and other visuals are like when I do that review. lol.
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enebeliuk Premium
Lol! I look forward to it.
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