How to Write a "PERFECT" Product Review & Make Money?

Last Update: July 17, 2018

Are you struggling with writing product reviews for your website? Or are you even writing product reviews in the first place?

Writing product reviews is definitely not the only way to make money online. But it's one of the most efficient & effective ways for us as content marketers to monetize our blogs.

Why Write Product Reviews?

The 2 main reasons for you to write product reviews is this:

  1. Product reviews are easier to rank in Google page 1 especially in the Make Money Online niche
  2. Product reviews are much easier to monetize as readers are generally at the final stage of their Customer Purchase Lifecycle!

Many of us know that writing product reviews is very crucial to our business here but I'm sure many of you are either struggling with it or haven't even started writing.

The reason for not taking actions is very simple: You're not sure how to do it so you're not confident in yourself.

But the truth is this...

No matter what goals/dreams you want to achieve, you'll never really know HOW to achieve it without taking actions.

No matter how many books you've read, how many Podcasts you've listened to, how knowledgeable you think you are, you don't really KNOW IT until you start taking action.

So the purpose of this post is to offer you some tips & tricks I'm personally using to write ALL of my product reviews.

Ready?

(Related post: How to Find Products to Review in the Make Money Online Niche?)

Tip #1: There's NO Perfect Product Review!

This is the real truth.

Even the top ranking product reviews are not perfect.

The good news for you is that: You DON'T need to write a PERFECT product review to rank high in Google and convert readers!

(I'll talk about what it really takes for a product review to rank high in a second)

You just need to start taking action and get going.

If you're a "self-proclaimed" perfectionist, I'm sorry to tell you the truth but you definitely won't hit a home run on your first attempt or even the second or the third.

It's all about practicing!

I used to SUCK at writing because English is not even my mother tongue language. People were telling me that I need to hire others to proofread my articles before I publish them because there were a lot of grammatical errors.

I know I'm not perfect, neither are my posts. But I didn't listen to them.

If I just hire people to proofread for me, I will never improve. I might as well just hire freelance writers to do all the writing for me. It's even better because it saves me a lot more time.

But through constant practicing and reading, my writing improved quite a lot over time that I didn't even realize it until people started telling me that they love to read my articles and they're inspired.

That's when I start to realize that my writing really improves through practice.

Okay, this is not a discussion on how to write. But you get my point.

Nothing is perfect including product reviews. You just have to take action and practice.

You may not know what to write and how to write in the beginning. But you can always take reference from other people.

With practice, you'll slowly figure out your own style and come up with a product review template which you can use for all of your review posts.

This brings us to the next point...

Tip #2: Create a Template of Your Own

Like I've said, you will not have your own product review template in the beginning. But the more you write, the more you're familiar with what you should put in your review and how you should arrange it.

"Good artists copy; Great artists steal!" ~Picasso

What this implies is that you should do your own research and see what are the things other bloggers are putting into their product reviews and learn from them.

If you like the idea, adopt it and turn it into your own style.

I love this quote from Tony Robbins:

"If you want to be successful, find someone who has achieved the results you want and copy what they do and you'll achieve the same results."

In the online world, we definitely can't directly copy the exact words/paragraphs/content. But we can so-called "steal" ideas from other people.

Here's a pretty standard structure you can follow:

  1. Introduction
  2. What is [PRODUCT NAME]?
  3. How does [PRODUCT NAME] work?
  4. What I like about [PRODUCT NAME]? (Pros)
  5. What I don't like about [PRODUCT NAME]? (Cons)
  6. Conclusion/Verdict

As you go along, you'll have more ideas of what you really want to put in your review, your own style, etc.

Once you've found your own template, everytime when you're writing a product review, you can just paste this structure in your post and write your content according to this structure.

It can help you save quite a lot of time.

Tip #3: Focus on Your Intro & Conclusion

Let's face it...

Ask yourself, do you really read the entire article when you're searching for things online?

Probably not. I mean...at least for 99% of the time, you definitely won't, right?

People's attention span online is very short. You only have a few seconds to capture your readers attention.

That's why your introduction is super important.

The most common problem I see online is that most people's introduction is damn boring.

"If you're looking for a review on XXX, you've come to the right place..."

That's what I called putting ZERO effort.

In the online world, your core content can afford to be a little bit more boring because not many people will read it in full.

But you MUST put in effort to capture your readers attention within a few seconds time once they land on your page.

As for your conclusion, you need to repeat the pros & cons of the product and clearly tell people what's your take on this product and what's your recommendation.

Here's the truth...

Most people will scroll all the way down to read the conclusion after reading the intro. If they feel that your arguments/points are interesting, then they may go back to read your core content.

In fact, this doesn't just apply to product reviews. It can apply to any posts you're writing.

Tip #4: Put Your CTAs Wisely

One more common mistake I've seen is that people are not fully monetizing their product reviews.

Many people have a lot more high ranking reviews than me, but they may not be getting as much sales as I'm making.

A huge reason for this is that they're not incorporating their Call-To-Actions wisely.

The most common mistake for many people is that they just put ONE CTA at the end of the review.

That's basically leaving money on the table.

What I do is that I'll make sure I have a CTA right at the top. For all of my reviews, I have a Summary box giving people the quick facts about the product so that they can have a quick glance.

At the same time, I'll also put my recommendation there. That's for those actions takers and people who just want to know the quick facts and your recommendation.

Within the post, I'll also insert a few CTAs along the way.

For example, I'll put "Tired of scams? Here's what I recommend..." or "Recommended: This is how I..."

Be creative and think how you can put your CTAs naturally within the post.

Some other ideas include:

  • Pop-ups
  • Slide-in
  • Ribbon
  • Sidebar CTA

Tip #5: Follow the SEO Techniques You Learn Here!

Listen carefully...

Having the most comprehensive review doesn't guarantee you to rank well in Google!

I used to spend lots of time researching about the product before I can review it. I could easily take more than 4-6 hours just to research for one single product.

That's definitely not the best way to spend my time, especially when I realize that Google won't know how much time I put into writing this review.

They obviously don't rank posts based on the amount of time & effort you put in, right?

What's more important is to understand and apply the things that can help you in terms of SEO.

For this, I always recommend people to go through the follow resources:

  1. Google Page 1 Ranking Tips: Position 4 in 3 Minutes!
  2. 21 Minute Ranking Method in 7 Steps

For those of you who have been following me, you may have gone through these before because I always recommend them.

But my question to you is... are you taking the action to make it work for you?

Again, you will definitely not hit a home run at your first attempt, but you should really spend time to master this skill which has allowed me to easily rank most of my posts on either page 1 or 2 within a short period of time!

Another thing you should focus on is to make your post more engaging by writing in a colloquial way.

Also, use more subheadings, images, videos if relevant/necessary to make your content easier to skim through and consume.

Most people today just read the subheadings and skim through some of the content.

Avoid lengthy paragraphs to increase readablity. (Have you noticed that my paragraphs are all less than 3-4 senteces? Many times only 1 sentence.)

Another important ranking factor Google takes into consideration is the time people spend on your page and your bounce rate.

All the tips I've just shared with you can potentially make your readers stay longer and also reduce bounce rate.

Final Advice

You see...

Google still cannot fully understand your entire content, so having the most comprehensive review will not guarantee you to rank well.

Instead, Google uses all these different metrix and indicators to determine if readers like your post. That's what you should focus on. Focus on your readers and make it engaging!

Do NOT spend hours and hours trying to collect ALL the information about the product because that's not efficient and productive.

Of course I'm not asking you to stop doing research and have very little content in your reviews. We should still aim for accurracy and honesty in all of our reviews.

What I'm suggesting here is to put more focus on making your reviews reader-friendly and put yourself in your readers' shoes.

To conclude, here's what you need to focus on:

  • Get rid of perfectionism
  • Create a product review template of your own
  • Focus MORE on your Intros & Conclusions (Put yourself in their shoes and capture their attention)
  • Incorporate CTAs wisely
  • Apply the SEO techniques correctly WHILE writing your posts FOR your readers!

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kv654300 Premium
Jerry you make a lot of sense, I am fairly new to WA and enjoy reading the helpful blogs. I have a question for you. I am on phase 2 lesson 9 , it says write a review of a review. Does that mean write a review of someone else's comment on whether they like a product or does it mean I need to review someone else's full review of a product or service?
Thanks so much for your blog your awesome!
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Labman Premium
I think you are seeing a typo. It should be a review of a product.
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kv654300 Premium
Lol that would make sense. thanks Labman
Incidentally I love labs especially the yellow
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JerryHuang Premium
Hey Kevin! Glad you like my post. Sorry for the late reply. I see that Labman has answered that for you. Basically, you want to review an actual product not someone else's opinion/comment :)
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tkpowell928 Premium
My question is, where do all these reviews show up? Because I don't have any products up yet but I still don't understand. Do you make it a post or what? Seriously, when I look any product up I never see anything like a review. So why is this?
























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MikeC69 Premium
Hi!
If you search the product name and review and see nothing, It can mean that you have an awesome keyword. It can also mean ht there is no one searching for it.
With the use of Jaaxy and other research like the alphabet soup method you can get some great ideas on how to best promote that product.
I have had good luck using my affiliate link within a relevant post and not really using a review.
Best of success!
Mike
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JerryHuang Premium
You should make it a post and if done right, it will show up in Google search under their respective keywords.
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agychin Premium
Thanks for the sharing. There is so much to learn from WA and the community itself. I am now focusing on writing good quality content and indeed, it is not easy at the initial stage. As saying goes, "Practice makes perfect".
Honestly to say, you did inspired me which makes me feel that I made the right choice in choosing WA and meeting with the right people over here.

Regards,
Agnes
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JerryHuang Premium
It's my pleasure Agnes! I'm glad I could inspire you. Keep going!
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GauravGaur Premium
Hi Jerry
What an incredible post with thoughtful comments like :

1. No matter what goals/dreams you want to achieve, you'll never really know HOW to achieve it without taking actions.

2. "Good artists copy; Great artists steal!" ~Picasso

3. Put yourself in your readers' shoes.

And who doubted your English? I literally researched on Google to find the meaning of the word you used in the post..see attachment and LoL:

So I would Rank this post at 10 out of 10 !!!

Keep motivating,
Your Friend,
Gaurav Gaur
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JerryHuang Premium
Haha, thank you so much Gaurav! I'm really glad that you like my post and find it helpful. All the best :)
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RussellO1 Premium
I have only written one product review and am not even sure i followed a template. And you are right, I think my only CTA is at the end. So you know this has helped me. I will review that review and keep this in mind as I press on. Thank you.
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JerryHuang Premium
Awesome! Glad this helps. Practice, practice, practice!
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tkpowell928 Premium
This is good advice and I will use these ideas. My question is things that will fit my niche is party items and anything to do with planning a great party. So do I just go where ever I see a product I like, say on Amazon Off someone's web site copy and paste it on mine and THEN write a review on it? I am just getting started with WA so I still have a lot to learn. But I have been wondering how to get products on my web site.
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JerryHuang Premium
You don't just go out there and blindly do whatever product review you see. That's when keyword and competition research comes in.

If your research shows that the product is a good keyword to target, then go ahead with the product review. But at the same time, you also need to think in your readers' perspective and think about what they're going to search for, what problem do they want to solve, etc.

Apart from individual product review, what you can do for party niche is to have posts that list out the items you need for organizing certain type of parties. You can incorporate your affiliate links in these posts as well.
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tkpowell928 Premium
Thanks for the advice and getting back to me. This really helps.
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JerryHuang Premium
You're welcome!
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Andrea27 Premium
very nice post. I have a question for you, maybe it could sound strange but I m a newbie and I don t know yet things... beside the content to write, how we can review a product that we never bougth or tried(if we promote an infoproduct for examples ?
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JerryHuang Premium
Great question Andrea!
My post here can answer your question:
https://smartaffiliatesuccess.com/how-to-write-a-product-review-without-owning-product/

Don't worry for being new and feeling overwhelmed.

Just follow closely with the main training here and you'll slowly get the hang of it: All the best!
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Andrea27 Premium
Thank you Jerry! well done post.. i think i will go with the #3 and 4 to start:) thanks for sharing your experience.. talk again soon bye
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JerryHuang Premium
My pleasure! Chat soon!
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jennyjewel Premium
Thanks Jerry, very helpful as always. I have written 2 product reviews, but did not find it easy. There is some great info here, that will hopefully make the task somewhat simpler for me. I also like that you have put so many links here to other posts and training that elaborates on what you have said. This is great.
Jenny
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JerryHuang Premium
Thanks Jenny! It's time for you to put them into actions!
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Chezbrown Premium
Thanks for this Jerry, this is all great information and I know that I am going to copy your template just for starters.

I know that when I write my posts I tend to write as if I am standing talking to the person and I've had a lot people say that to me when they read my posts. xxxx
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JerryHuang Premium
That means you're writing in a colloquial way, aren't you?
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litos316 Premium
Are you reading my mind? My next 2 post were going to be adding a product review that i actually use on my niche everyday! Awesome post and like you , english is not my mother language but my wife helps me with some gramma errors ! You are a great inspiration to me! I live this community!
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JerryHuang Premium
Haha thank you so much and wish you all the best for your upcoming reviews :)
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Defiant6 Premium
This post is extremely helpful! Some of the things you've talked about is actually something I've been thinking about quite a bit lately as I've been wanting to create my own template for product reviews on my first website.

Other things you've talked about, I haven't thought a lot about, but it makes perfect sense. See I was always under the impression that you should only have one CTA and it should be at the end of the review, but I never thought of putting CTAs anywhere else because I've heard from others that it can be bad.

You are showing that it's working though and I want to add a few more CTAs to my posts/reviews. How many CTAs do you think is good for a review? No more than 3 maybe? Thank you so much for sharing this.
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JerryHuang Premium
I'm glad you find this helpful!

Your 2 main CTAs should be the on right at the top and the one at the end.

The others depend on the length of your post. If you're post is long, you can insert 2 more or even 3 more in between each section.

I always put my CTAs based on the length of my content.
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jake79 Premium
Hey Jerry cool post:) When would you recommend adding the affiliate links.. .Wait until the post reaches page 1-2 or publish with the links?

Affiliate links are counted as out links yes? So more than one in the post will slow the ranking? Be nice to hear your opinion on this.

Cheers
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JerryHuang Premium
You can publish the post with affiliate links. It doesn't affect ranking.

Check out this post:
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sheikave Premium
This is very true we all learn from practice. Everyone needs to know the psychology of your readers and you will know when they will more likely click to the CTA. Most people think it is difficult but it is not. One simple example when you mention a great product AKA Wealthy Affiliate give them the link to join now. Now that you have their attention use it wisely.
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JerryHuang Premium
Yup! Thanks Jhurreea!
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Marlasmith Premium
Thank you. I like your suggestions. I am currently working on doing more reviews. The first time that Kyle had me do it in my training I really struggled and couldn't understand why I was wasting my time because I didn't feel anybody would be interested. I am now going back and doing reviews for all products I discussed in previous posts, because I started to realize the value in the review posts.
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JerryHuang Premium
That's right! I understand that many people struggle with writing reviews, myself including in the beginning. So, I'm really glad this helps :)
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Roybretton Premium
Hello Jerry,

Thank you for your excellent blog post, it's a great read! It's very interesting that you mention about not researching a product too much or trying to find every single thing out about a particular product, I hear you on this. I believe that sometimes we can spend so much time trying to research something that time would be better spent writing a couple more reviews but with lesser detail.

Thank you for the tips they are appreciated!

Enjoy your day.

Roy
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JerryHuang Premium
Yup, I'm glad you get the point! Wish you all the best Roy!
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Roybretton Premium
Thank you Jerry, yes I definitely get your point 100%, a great blog post.
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sukumarth Premium
Excellent post, as always, Jerry. Isn't it strange that most of us already know what we should be doing: getting rid of perfectionism, focussing more on introduction and conclusion, placing CTAs wisely, and applying the many SEO techniques (both on-page and off-page) we have learned here in WA, and yet we are not doing them? This is because like you say, we are not taking enough actions. We are only playing out things in the mind and getting ourselves consumed by our own ghosts :) Time to start taking actions and experimenting on things. Time to start having a serious look into our perfectionism.
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JerryHuang Premium
Knowing something and doing it are two totally different stories. You won't really KNOW something until you start doing it.

What holds most people back, like you've said, is our own "ghosts". Those are the fears, doubts that's causing all the inaction.

Great input Sukumar!
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scottyb2good Premium
Jerry,
Great advice here. Real good tips. I'm putting this article in my notes. I collect a lot of notes but applying them is what i need to work on. Thanks for these !
A few tips on your English which is quite good by the way.
"until you start taking actions." → action OR "won't hit home run" → won't hit a home run OR "people start telling" → started
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I think taking the time to research is beneficial to capture a readers interest and also Google may 'bot' it as Quality reading. Just sayin
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I have a question on my (Twenty Ten) theme I am using. I create a Post but cannot make into a tab on my main page at the top. It just adds the content to the main page ? Other themes have worked. Why not this one ? Thanks..........Scotty B ♫
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JerryHuang Premium
Hey Scott,
First of all, thanks for the grammar lesson, haha :)

Like I've said, I'm not saying you shouldn't take time to research and come up with a quality post. All I'm saying is that one of the most common issues with many people is that they tend to get stuck at the research stage for very long which is not a productive thing to do.

Do you mean you want to add your post to your drop down menu on your homepage?
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scottyb2good Premium
Yes, The tabs at the top for drop downs. In Theme Twenty Ten I can only make them pages ? The posts I make only show their Content on the main page. Like to just write a Post and make it a drop down on my main page..............Scotty B
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Crazyhaggis Premium
Great info from you Jerry as always, thanks. I’ve picked up a couple of points to include in my reviews, so thanks for that. I’ve been writing reviews lately and it definitely gets easier with ‘practice’.
One thing I always struggle with is the title of the review. Are keywords important or not? I find it difficult to use keywords in the review title. Any tips on how that should ( or shouldn’t) be done?
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JerryHuang Premium
Keyword is important in the title. You should put your keyword right at the front of the title and then add some captivating words to make your title stands out from the crowd.
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Crazyhaggis Premium
Thanks Jerry, hard to make a review title with keywords I need to think harder about this. Should the word ‘review’ be in the title?
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JerryHuang Premium
If you're writing a product review, you should have the review word in the title, unless you're targeting other keywords such as "Is XXX a scam?". If that's the keyword you're focusing on, then use that in your title.
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Crazyhaggis Premium
Thanks Jerry
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marycmiller Premium
Jerry once again thank you for sharing, I swear you read my mind. I have been struggling with my content for so long, I know the direction I want it to go and in the end miss the boat completely. I have been reading the last few days, different product reviews from different affiliates including yours (which I find impressive). I worried that if I followed the design of these reviews I would be wrong for copying, and so I have been afraid to right a product review.

At the moment I am bored with my niche, I believe it is how I am writing. It is addressed to Baby Boomers without a strong pension. I know what I want to right about, and also I wanted to do product reviews, just did not know how to put it together.

I think I will just stick my neck out and try one and see where it leads me. I will definitely LIKE, COMMENT, but not sure how to SHARE, give me a hint and I will do that as well. Thanks again, you are amazing and so helpful.
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you Mary! You can definitely "steal" some ideas/inspirations here and there. You'll figure out your own style along the way.

You just need to get things done and DO IT! Like I've always said, the more you practice, the better you become :)

By sharing, I mean if you know something who can benefit from this post, just copy the URL and share it with them. It can be someone from WA or outside.

You can also leverage the affiliate tool here so that when you share this post with people outside WA, you're affiliate link is attached to the URL.

You know how to do this?
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marycmiller Premium
Yes Jerry I know how to share using the affiliate link, thanks and I am starting out with a fresh attitude and beginning to write. You have been amazing help to me and very encouraging. I look forward to a day I can be this support to someone else who is struggling, in the meantime I can be positive and send those vibes to all that need it. It crossed my mind this evening as I was welcoming new comers that maybe this is my way to give back at the moment until my skills are better. Thanks again, you are positive role model to the community, just looking at the number of people who comment on your post should make you proud.
Mary
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you so much Mary! Yup, I'm glad I can be an inspiration to so many people. I never think that's possible when I was starting out. It goes to show that everything is possible as long as you're willing to commit your mind to it :)
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FranchescaK Premium
Really great advice, Jerry. Thank you for sharing this. I am a newbie and I just finished my online course. Since then I have been continuously going through my site, editing, adding content and reorganizing.

This gives me another thing to look for now. My Intro and conclusion’s will be my next task.

Ciao,
Franchesca
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JerryHuang Premium
Awesome. I'm glad this helps Franchesca! All the best :)
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mbouteiller Premium
Hi Jerry,

Wow, this is exactly what I have been looking for!

I have been working on my Intro and Conclusion for a while. For the Intro, I start out with the problems. I hope this is a good idea.

For My Conclusion, I do discuss a couple of the Cons and then the Pros and for my ‘take on this product’, I let the readers know if the product’s claims have been met. My recommendation which is my CTA is quite weak.

Placing the CTAs is interesting the way you do them… I only have the CTA at the end. I have been afraid to place more anywhere else thinking I’m putting pressure on the reader to take action (which is to click on my affiliate site). Your reasons for putting more CTAs in making sense and I appreciate your explanation and I’m going to be brave and put more in as recommended.

I have the two recommended tutorials bookmarked but I see I have procrastinated on some of the steps. Time to take action….

I try to keep my paragraphs short but sometimes my sentences get a little too long according to some great feedbacks.

Thank you very much, Jerry, for your very helpful post.

Monica
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JerryHuang Premium
Hey Monica,

Glad that you're constantly learning and applying new things!

People won't think you're trying to push or sell them something when you incorporate those CTAs naturally within the content.

Wish you all the best :)
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mbouteiller Premium
Very cool, thank you Jerry! I can't wait to incorporate more than 1 CTAs. How exciting!

I sent you a PM.

Monica
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preciousns Premium
Wow Jerry, this was SO helpful!! Thank you so much for sharing these tips and giving us an insight into how you write reviews.

I was even looking at your website earlier today and admiring the way you write your reviews, so engaging and so informative.

Keep up the good work and look forward to your next piece of content!

Steph
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you so much Steph! All the best to you! With all these information, it's time for you to put them into action :)
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bpais1 Premium
What you are doing with product reviews is what I have finally come to - after a year-and-a-half of hit and miss.

One additional thing I do - when possible - is I try to solve problems I identify in the "cons" so folks can see that there is a workaround.

I also like to add a few quotes from satisfied owners.

Doing these things - in addition to your basic outline of "things to do" - is giving me a much better click count and bounce rate.

Jim
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JerryHuang Premium
Great! Thanks for sharing Jim!
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hugh9905 Premium
Another great post with insightful tips, Jerry.

I like the way you structure your post:
- Use headings to highlight your main points
- Clearly mark tip points to make skimming a lot easier
- Each tip point is well organized in a way that is similar to a short post
- And use bold & bullet points to add your insights and stress your suggestions

The thoughtful structure just make your post seem shorter than it is, and a lot more interesting to read. I bet you use the same or similar writing style in your reviews.

Thank you very much for sharing. :)

Hugh
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JerryHuang Premium
Yup that's right! You're very observant Hugh!

By the way, I consider myself to be an observant person so the good thing about being observant is that we can learn more insights from other people's work :)

All the best!
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herinnelson Premium
Brilliant, Jerry---thanks! This is perfect timing for me, because, besides writing WA and Jaaxy reviews, I am beginning to now write other product reviews for my MMO sites, and will definitely tweak my current ones to the standards you've stated here! I will take all your advice to heart!

Erin :)!
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JerryHuang Premium
That's awesome Erin! Glad this is helpful and you're putting them into work :)
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JerryMcCoy Premium
I loved your advice and tips. I have often spent hours researching in order to write the perfect post. I will follow your guidelines since this will make me more productive and rank easier and more frequently.
Jerry
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JerryHuang Premium
You're welcome! Glad this helps :)
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TonyHamilton Premium
Awesome share Jerry!

You are indeed tearing up the Super Wealthy Affiliate Challenge my Friend and we all appreciate you sharing your expertise with us.

I will indeed take your advice and put many of the mentioned above techniques to work now.

Thank you for always sharing & caring Jerry,

Tony
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JerryHuang Premium
That’s great. Thanks Tony! I’m glad you like my advice and are putting them to work :)
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thank you for sharing...it was indeed inspiring and educational
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you Munachiso!
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ThereseMarie Premium
WOW. I really appreciate how you spell things out. Thanks.
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JerryHuang Premium
You're welcome Therese!
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enstinemuki Premium
That's an excellent piece bro and thanks for bringing it to our attention.

I have done tones of product reviews and ranked many pretty good. And yes, it's easy to rank, knowing what searchers will be looking for. And if you hit a review post early enough, you grab the position. All you have to do is struggle to stick to it.
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JerryHuang Premium
Thanks Enstine! From my experience, even if you're late in the game for a certain product review, you can still rank well if you apply the things required. Being early for the product review has its advantage but it's not that significant from what I see.
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enstinemuki Premium
Sure thing @JerryHuang you can come in anytime and kick the competitors off the hot spot if you play your SEO cards correctly.
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JerryHuang Premium
Yup! With the right keyword research and the right SEO techniques, it’s a matter of time before anyone who is willing to put in the work can crush it!
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Michf1 Premium
Eek, i'm guilty of researching too much! I had to laugh when I read it :)
Thanks Jerry, for giving us your time and experience - just about to write my second review, so it was timely advice.

All the best with your site :)
Michelle
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JerryHuang Premium
Thanks Michelle! I'm glad I could help in time :) All the best to you too!
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VanessaN Premium
Like these ideas, especially the placement of the CTAs.
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JerryHuang Premium
Awesome! Glad you like it :)
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MikaelM Premium
Very nice sum up and advice Jerry. And I agree with what you write you have heard form others - you writing is great and definitely no need to hire writers for you to have good English articles anymore:-)

Mikael
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JerryHuang Premium
Thank you Mikael!
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alexjysmith Premium
Man that was excellent and well said. I just wrote 2 product reviews the other day, with a laid out template, and they are both on the first page of google now. Anyone reading this he hit it right on the head 100%. CTA has been huge for me, major increase in sales for sure. Thanks for sharing :)

AJ
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JerryHuang Premium
Congrats AJ! Good to hear that :)
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ThimGraFort Premium
Truly, you're the MBAPPE of WA and you're not an Ambassador for nothing!
Thank you so much!
I enjoyed reading your rich article.
Thank you very much Jerry

Boaz Ethan
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JerryHuang Premium
Haha, that's very nice of you. Thank you Boaz! Glad you find it helpful :)
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enstinemuki Premium
@ThimGraFort MBAPPE? are you a football lover?
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ThimGraFort Premium
Not really but I love young people who makes exploits in their early teenages.
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ThimGraFort Premium
Euuuh, not really but I love when young people start making exploits way from their early teenages, just like Jerry here.
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JerryHuang Premium
Haha thanks!
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fbm1985 Premium
Great source of learning to share . . . . Thank you ! Jerry
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JerryHuang Premium
My pleasure Francis!
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