Bloom's Taxonomy (and How to Use It to Write Reviews)
Marc here again with yet another an article on:
how to apply your brainpower to create the conditions you want!
In this case, I digress from my usual theme of mindset, which I introduced here:
Nevertheless, what I will have to say about Bloom's Taxonomy of Learning should become a razor to hone your self-education for the rest of your lives!
More on that later. For now, I want to talk about an example of using Bloom.
The issue is how to how to create a thorough, quality review and avoid getting that bad reputation for doing a poor job on a review.
The reason I'm doing this now is that Tiffany Domena https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/tdomena
asked me to elaborate on her blog here:: https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/tdomena/blog/the-1-reason-th...
She discusses the reasons WA reviewers get complaints and I believe it's more than partly due to the lack of quality insight provided in the reviews.
By the way, I also recommend this important training by Tiffany about getting WA referrals:
She's up-and-coming folks, she's a true Ambassador for WA, paving the way, not socializing on the road! She's becoming one of the successful ones here, so pay attention to Tiffany!
What is Bloom's Taxonomy?
As is evident in the chart, Bloom's Taxonomy is a hierarchy of learning. Basically, without knowledge, you can't comprehend something. If you can't comprehend something, you can't apply the knowledge.
Furthermore, without having applied the knowledge, it's very difficult to analyze information. The ability to analyze elements of related knowledge allows us to synthesize new information.
Only then, with that entire foundation, can we evaluate what is before us.
SO WHAT, you ask? Well,
A Review is an Evaluation!
I think people don't realize that they can't do a good review without showing the reader that they are entitled to make an evaluation!
If you haven't built up the building blocks of Bloom's Taxonomy in your review, then your review will be a) full of holes b) probably flawed and c) full of opinions rather than meaningful evaluations.
Show your readers you KNOW what you are talking about and that you are ENTITLED to make a review because you have demonstrated you have LEARNED thoroughly.
Put together meaningful information showing you have the knowledge and comprehension about their product.
Then -- oh yes....
You have to do the application part!
Which means you have to BUY or SIGN UP for their program!
In this way, you can become fully aware of their MARKETING FUNNEL!
Then, and only then, can you analyze the quality of the program, synthesize a comparison with WA and finally, provide a meaningful and convincing evaluation.
My advice -- Build your review around Bloom's Taxonomy and:
Make Sense, not Nonsense!