One hurdle a lot of new online marketers stumble on is writing product reviews. The question of "How do I recommend stuff if I don't own it?!" comes up a lot.

The good news is that there are a few ways to do this ethically, honestly, and in ways that can be extremely beneficial to the reader.

A widely accepted misconception is that you cannot review something honestly if you don't own it. That's far from the truth! I'll discuss why, and how to go about doing this in the training.

Product reviews are a powerful way to rank in search engines, and will be an essential part of many of our affiliate sites. But the truth is, you simply cannot purchase every single product you review on your websites, regardless of the niche.

So, how do I do this? Let's begin!



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Aobasesan Premium
Great post. Thank you sharing this insight on writing a solid product reviews. Will use this a reference point.
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AtticusB Premium
This is really good insight. Love the information! Thanks for sharing it with WA!
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PaulBoudreau Premium
Thanks, Nathaniell. Excellent information and tutorial.
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thank you for this I was a bit afraid of all the products I was going to have to buy to write a review on,thanks you just saved me a wack load of cash he he
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kmakunga Premium
Excellent article Nathaniell. I will be referring to this often. Thank you so much.
Ken.
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CraigW315 Premium
This is wonderful. I will be referring to it often, as this has been an ongoing concern for me.I have avoided discussing or reviewing things that I don't have personal experience with for fear of coming across in a a fraudulent manner. Other members here have commented that it's fine to do so with some research, but I particularly like the way you have presented everything here.
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mechidor Premium
Hi Nathaniel,
Thank you for this excellent post. I have a question, though. What should we do with all the products we buy to write the reviews?
Should we resale them?
Thank you!
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AAB Premium
Hi Mechidor, that shouldn't be a problem - Nathaniel is explaining how to write the reviews without owning the product at all. So you don't need to buy anything.
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Seth2 Premium
Thank you Nathaniel. Very encouraging.
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Skohnson Premium
Great article, just what I was looking for, thank you!
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MikeAkers Premium
Thanks Nathaniel
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Tenahlu Premium
Fantastic training, thanks! Just got a quick question for anybody who can help. If we decide to screenshot a part of a review of somebody, is it necessary to attach a link to that review at the end of our blog?
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ClydeColes Premium
I really think that would be the proper thing to do.
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Tenahlu Premium
Thanks appreciate the comment!
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ShirleyAnne Premium
Very helpful as a newbie it did answer my questions and love the Bruce Lee quote.
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GoBuyBig Premium
Awwwesome! Great encouragement for us newbies. You present sound information & a gentle nudge to write reviews.
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GuyfromNB Premium
Love this stuff Nathaniell. I think it's not only great to write reviews but also any other piece of content on your site.
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apollobay Premium
Great Training! Thank you!
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NaomiT1 Premium
Thank you so much for your refreshing advice. In turn, thank goodness I have aquired the technical, research, writing, discussion board and forum skills through attending Colorado Technical University (CTU) earning an Associate's of Science in Health Administration Services (ASHAS). Therefore, joining Wealthy Affiliate is right up my alley, understands, and agrees there is a lot of fun work still ahead to learn and do as a newbie.
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wgolden Premium
This goes against everything I've ever read on the topic of "expert reviews," but what you're saying makes a lot of sense. Thank you for the fresh perspective - it's given me an new outlook on what to build review sites around.
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Gunnertwist Premium
Thanks very much for this training. I found it very useful. :)

Carl
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Seier Premium
Great tips! thank you
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andreadealva Premium
Great lessons! They will definitely help me out to start writing in a much more confident and enjoyable way. Thank you!
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I have learned alot here so far. Thank you for the information.
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Marie029 Premium
Learned a lot! Very helpful! Thanks Nathaniel!
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mbouteiller Premium
Thank you Nathaniel, very helpful!!
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j1robinson Premium
Fantastic post Nathaniel, packed with lots of great perspective and pro tips. Loved the addition of the Bruce Lee quote, so true from a customer and marketer standpoint. Thanks for sharing!
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DevonFanning Premium
Great info. Thanks.
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RoxanneHardy Premium
Extremely helpful.
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RandyA404 Premium
Thank you Nathaniell, I found this very useful information. Being a newbie, I couldn't have read it at a better time!
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OGoodwin Premium
This has been an amazing article from the first page. Thank you for really engaging and sharing your knowledge and experience, this has been so helpful. I'm so glad I have this opportunity the more I read on the more excited and motivated I become!
Good luck everyone! (:

Olivia
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JooKwang Premium
Nathaniell, this is indeed a very refreshing perspective. Like many others, I also thought of doing product reviews but I am hindered by the fact that I don't actually own those products myself. Thank you for the share!
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subra Premium
Very useful information. I have read this content several times. I can relate this to IT type products (hardware and software), or at least it is one space I think I can apply the advice.

For instance, use a trial (free) version if the trial version does not have too many restrictions.
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MIROAR Premium
Since you are reviewing stuff you don't own, where would you get pictures to accompany the post? Is that important? Or just an article without pictures is fine?
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littlemama Premium
You should always have some kind of picture in your posts. The image doesn't have to be the product itself. It would be best if you can get one.

If you're apart of the Amazon's affiliate program, you can use any of those photos to promote.
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BryanG1 Premium
Thank you Nathaniell!
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Cezar1 Premium
This was very useful to me. It has clarified so much about what i need to do now to start planning my website. Thank you Nathaniell.
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Acer77 Premium
Very well said!! Bravo Nathaniell
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Karax Premium
very useful tips!
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Matstabler Premium
This is such great info, thanks!!! I'd love to know what other people's techniques of research are. I must admit I'm a bit higgledy-piggledy in mine. Need to be a bit more thorough. I have just done a review on an item I don't own, and on one that I do.
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nelsonrosa77 Premium
Thanks for the info Nathaniell.
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jenc142 Premium
Thanks for posting this! This has been very helpful.
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Awesome article. I love all the info available from all the different members who have already put time in.
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jilvita Premium
Thank you for this training. This is exactly the question I am struggling with right now.
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Qtipper Premium
I found this article to be pretty cool because you don't have to be the best on a subject and can still get traffic even for being wrong.
Just be yourself and stand out as a leader.
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Linchi Premium
Thanks, Nathaniell, that was very helpful. This is something I have been struggling with.
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RickH1 Premium
Good information, thanks.

By the way, (a rhetorical question here) what's wrong with creamy peanut butter? I grew up on it and still like it. :)
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ShaunWatkins Premium
This is great information. I am so glad to have come across this!
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This blog was very useful because I can't afford to purchase very niche product for reviews.
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GHindmarsh Premium
Cheers, Nathaniel. Thanks for the training. Just what I was looking for.

Geoff
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MarinaSP Premium
Yeah, I also don't get the creamy peanut butter people!

I love this Training Nathaniel! Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge. It sparked some ideas!
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Wonderful training now I know what I am gonna do. I was thinking between 3/4 things but when you said if you don't have iy hoe are you gonna tell someone how to use it. Now I know I have it I have used it in my nursing practice for 28 years so I can forsure tell people how to them. You was a lot of help thank you!!!
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Drgambrel Premium
Awesome. Thank you for the training. I saw this the other day and am finally coming back to check it out. I was curious how to go about reviewing stuff that we haven't purchased yet.

Merry Christmas and have a great week.
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Teri28 Premium
The training on reviews of stuff you don't own is really great. It makes reviewing seem 'less scary'. Thanks for this.
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mybiz4u Premium
Absolutely AWESOME blog post, Nathaniel. Thank you for taking the time to educate us on the much dreaded 'review'.
Michelle
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StevenEsser Premium
really nice and helpful post Nathaniell! Will put this in my resources links, so I can look back at it time and time again!
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subra Premium
Thanks Nathaniell.

I believe you have provided a very useful training and guide posts here.
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MrSlippery Premium
Thanks for this info, it is exactly what I was looking for!
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SarahBoone Premium
Very helpful! Thanks for all of the valuable info! On to reviewing I go!
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Tasna Premium
Thanks for the informative tips!
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Anmarie Premium
Thanks for this post. I had heard of people creating review sites for products they don't own/have no experience with, but I couldn't see how to accomplish it in an ethical, honest way.

I've also had a mental block with the "be an expert in your niche" statement that's everywhere. I certainly don't feel like an expert. I didn't know so many others had qualms about this, too!
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indahpermai Premium
This is so great! A lot of info and more. What I like about this is that it will work even if you're new on the niche. You don't necessarily have to know everything to start off. Thanks for sharing!
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Rwainberg Premium
Thank you so much,
I've thought I should spend considerable upfront money to actually use the products, which for high-priced ones could cost a lot.
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Laraby Premium
This is terrific Nathaniell. Thank you. It makes sense and it can help out our readers - the more research we can do and give them an informed opinion, the better.
Extremely helpful for me - and I would hope, for my readers.
Thanks!

Larry
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TommyK Premium
What a great piece of training Nathaniell. I will base my reviews on the knowledge I acquired here today.

Thanks Tommy
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NorahJ Premium
This is such a helpful piece of training. Thank you!
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MelanieW Premium
Thank you for this helpful tutorial!
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MaxDrljic Premium
Very helpful, thank you :)
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Cagueva Premium
I'm struggling with writing product reviews so this definitely helps a lot. But I do have to say creamy peanut butter is best and crunchy could stop being produced as far as I'm concerned!
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thriftymom Premium
This is very useful. Thanks for this...
- Ces
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Mangawill Premium
i don't understand what this means?

Some Good Ideas
Elicit comments from other newbies (ask things like, "What do you think?")
Participate in forums and social media, ask lots of questions
Track your progress on your blog
Do "expert roundups" or interview the experts
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Robert-A Premium
All Nathaniel means is that you get yourself involved.
It could be within WA where you can ask questions or publish a regular blog on a specific subject.

Find out where there are forums in your particular niche and participate in Q & A sessions.

If you do have specific knowledge then again get your knowledge out there to the people you want to make you money.

Post on Notice Boards/Message Boards etc etc.

And Hey! No harm in getting some cards made up and leaving them around your home city/town on the buses/trains/planes and even in phone boxes, in fact anywhere you will see members of the public.

Works for me.
Enjoy your day.
Robert
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Mangawill Premium
Thank you very much
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Jonahd26 Premium
Thank you very much for this!
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eenashay1985 Premium
Wow thank you. I loved that.
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Drawshot Premium
Hi, Another great article Nathaniell. Only thing I can think to add to it right now is to make outgoing links open in a new tab or window. That way even if they do surf off to look at the source, your page is still there when they are done so they can continue reading on your site,
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SuzetteH Premium
Good advice Drawshot. I open just about everything in a new window.
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Drawshot Premium
Thanks, yea, I just like to know that my site is still open and not forgotten. Lol I wish everyone did it, Sometimes I'll go off on a foray and then cannot find the original site I was on, and get aggravated as I really wanted to read more of their content, Thankfully there is that browser history that you can check for and then go back to a website.
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SuzetteH Premium
This just happened to me yesterday Ed. I was on this new blogging platform and not one single page opened in a new window. I kept logging out of it and almost panicked because I couldn't remember the name of the sight I started on. Then I remembered about the browser history. It was a bit frustrating. We want our user experience to be a pleasant one. We want them to stay on our sites as long as possible.
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Rahelw Premium
This is a very helpful training. Thank you Nathaniell !
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kvchung Premium
This was great and helpful training Nathaniell, and very encouraging to us newbies!! Appreciate this!
Kevin
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bjdluna Premium
This was very, very helpful. I really need to get some regular content going on my WA site and on my ecommerce dog sites so i need to go back and forth between 2 niches I guess. I don't see how these would ever overlap.

Thankyou for this training, nathaniell!
Barbara
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djzip2 Premium
Very Helpful Review! Thanks for sharing
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mariasketch Premium
This is really helpful,thanks!
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Pirate6 Premium
Very informative tutorial. Thank you.
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Stella2 Premium
I had been wondering about some of these things and this was very helpful. Thanks so much! Stella
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terrberr Premium
Nathaniel; I can't thank you enough for this tutorial.
3 pointers that helped my mind (and started growing my fingernails back) were:
"outbound links (defining the right ones)'',
"consolidating",
and, "adding a new perspective on things".

Turned my head around, from holding it in a downcast position regarding writing reviews! You have created tangible hope with your perspective here. You have really motivated me, bro!

All the BEST!
Terry
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Rosdy Premium
Thanks Nathaniell & Bruce Lee
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BENJI89 Premium
Well written and helpful. I was creating a new website in the money making niche and I was planning on trying all products before I reviewed them.

Obviously this won't be cheap and I haven't the money anyways.

Great tips and methods!
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sovani Premium
very useful training, Nath! 10x
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v2ips Premium
Very good training, thank you so much!
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Anh Premium
Nathaniell, incredible, I learnt a lot from this training than elsewhere. This has been a pain point for me as I start my blog. While I agree that reviews is a very profitable form of content, I haven't done more than 2 reviews on only the products I own.

Then again, it's true that when you are a new, owning the product doesn't make your opinion more authoritative.

Reading this has given me much more confidence in writing reviews as I understand the importance of research, adding others' opinions and being genuinely helpful to the readers. I will still try every products I review (personal preference) even if I haven't earned a lot from my online business. But hey, you can always attempt at asking the owners to give you a free trial and there are a lot of products with a 60 days money back guarantee.

Thanks again!

Cheers,
Anh
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mijareze Premium
Great job, lots of help for me.
Ed
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THEmPOT Premium
Excellent explanation Nathaniel!
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Nancydee Premium
Thank you for the info!
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carllio Premium
Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge. I will be mindful of the information.
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KatieMac Premium
This is a wee gem of training as writing reviews is not something I had much experience on and I am still learning thank you Nathaniell
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same here. for a moment, it sounds like rocket science. :-)
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KatieMac Premium
or as we say when something is hard to follow gibberish lol you will get there
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BHaran Premium
Thanks Nathaniel. Great ideas and solutions to a difficult problem. Thanks for sharing what you have learned.
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Rickg7 Premium
Thanks so much Nathaniel ! this has been on my mind for 3 weeks lol
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mijareze Premium
Great tutorial! I needed the information you provided...
Thank you,
Edward Mijarez
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Mmarchione Premium
Nathaniell, Can you clarify this statement: For outbound links, I do not link to competitors that are also promoting the products? I am currently working on a review for two different types of hiking boots. I have an Amazon Affiliate and so I want to link the boots to Amazon. Thanks!
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SuzetteH Premium
Love the helpful links you provide. Just went to OECC Level 3 Lesson 6 and it was exactly what I needed at the moment. Thanks!
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Cliff62 Premium
Thanks Nathan, I am preparing to write a few reviews and this is just what I needed to refresh my memory on some things I previously learned. This is spot on advice!
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RickNg Premium
Thank you Nathaniel for this post. It gives me confidence as a newbie to write articles in a correct and ethical ways. :)
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brad123 Premium
Fantastic post...thanks much man!
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ImaDesigner Premium
Great article and the timing couldn't be better. I was just thinking about how should I proceed with this.
Thank you, Nathaniell.
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nathaniell Premium
Just be sure to include ORIGINAL content and do not rewrite other people's stuff. Some folks have been misinterpreting this training as meaning that you can rewrite other people's content.

It's VITAL that you have some original ideas to put on your page in addition to the research you do. Just a heads up!
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ImaDesigner Premium
Yes, I noticed the difference. I'm going to watch out for this and practice a lot to get better at it.
As Bruce Lee once said:

"Absorb what is useful. Discard what is not. Add what is uniquely your own."
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nathaniell Premium
That's an excellent phrase. I'm adding it to the training right now
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ImaDesigner Premium
Lol. Glad that I contributed a little bit in this training.
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varleysheen Premium
im struggling with finding a free to use picture of the product in question any ideas dont want to get sued or anything
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manifestator Premium
Nice one man...i was looking for this for a long time...bless you
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hotboxdeals Premium
ewwww. Another slap on the hand. I dont want to get sent to timeout. I am so glad I got this info.
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SteveWong Premium
Wow. Thanks a lot for your tutorial.
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idobarnoam Premium
This was exactly what i needed in order to figure out how write reviews in my niche.
Great article.
Thanks for the help!
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Jeanrenal Premium
Very helpful...Thank you
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Lunaria Premium
Thanks Nathaniell for sharing this tutorial :)
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mandyj Premium
Excellent guidelines, thanks so much!
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seamus185 Premium
Excellent , thank you . I have been wondering about this since I joined up a week ago. This is very reassuring and opens up many niches to us all now. Beautifully put together.
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LGibson Premium
Very helpful for me as a Newbie! Thanks
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Rich908 Premium
An eye opener for me thanks
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MrGambo Premium
Hey Nathaniell, I wrote my review and after two days I am now on page one of Google.

Cheers - Martyn
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nathaniell Premium
sweeeeeeeeet!
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LiemHartson Premium
thats was really helpful. thanks for sharing.
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xhjregina Premium
Thanks for the insight. Very helpful!
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MaryESS Premium
Thanks so much!
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vmainridge Premium
Excellent information. I have been struggling with doing reviews of items I have not used. This training has given me a lot to think about and several techniques to try. Thank you for putting this together.
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NeilFirth Premium
Great article, thanks for sharing your wisdom and experience Nathaniell.
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SridharRay Premium
These are the words which have to be digested by all of us. Thanks, it was bothering me a lot on integrity to review the thing I don't know much.
That said, I still not clear on one thing, how to get product images for Amazon. Any pointers would be useful to me.
Thank you
Sridhar Rayasam
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MrGambo Premium
Hi Nathaniell, Thanks for this gem of information. I have been writing reviews based on what others are saying about a product even though I have not personally reviewed the item. I am using credible sources and will initially be linking to Amazon.

Now I know I am good to go :)

Cheers - Martyn
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lewhat7 Premium
This is indeed a very informative article and one that I will certainly
keep min mind. I would never copy someone else's writing, as I like
to be completely original. If I did see something impressive that
gave me food for thought, I'd rewrite it in a totally different format.
Great article. Kudos!
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Prestones Premium
Great job Nathaniell!

The warning about not using comments / screenshots from Amazon, or risk being banned was one of the highlights - second only to the back-handed recommendation of crunchy peanut butter!

Excellent!

Dennis
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TonyMonzon Premium
hi nathaniell,
great training, i believe in mixing personal opinions with facts. this is the best way to avoid fact wars or negative comments. After all, it's our opinions and experience with different products that most people are interested in.;0)
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PattyC Premium
I was looking on ClickBank and looking at a few ebooks to promote. But I was wondering if I had to purchase them to make sure I agree with what they teach before I promote/review them on my site. I am not real thrilled about spending the money but I am thinking I have no choice.
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nathaniell Premium
If you want to honestly review a product and can't figure out what's inside, then yes, you might need to buy it. You can also ask for a review copy. Some people let you, some people don't. Try it!
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PattyC Premium
Oh maybe I will try that first! Thank you for the advice!
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CherylK Premium
See if you can check it out from your local library.
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Funkydunc208 Premium
Thank you Nathaniell. You answered a lot of questions and it all made sense. A few more dots were connected.
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RickCollins Premium
Lol on the creamy peanut butter comment. I personally think they should put it in Reese's sticks and peanut butter cups only! But that's just my opinion. Anyways, great lesson Nathaniell and will surely be back often as a refresher. Thanks for sharing a great way to make reviews on things you have not personally tried or own.
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Pamalama Premium
Hi, Nathaniell. This was a good lesson, but I'm still confused as to what you can and can't do. Can you please give this review page a look, and tell me if it will be OK? I used screenshots from Amazon.com reviews on the product, which was linked from a post.
http://seniorfitnessmindandbody.com/reviews-2/reviews
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nathaniell Premium
Using screenshots from Amazon will get you banned from their program. You cannot reproduce content from their website. You CAN use product descriptions and pictures because they are from the vendor.
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Pamalama Premium
I think you misunderstood what I was saying. Here is the quote from your lesson which I was referring to: "You can also take screenshots of specific parts of reviews."t But thanks for your info...
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nathaniell Premium
I should add the disclaimer that Amazon doesn't allow that.
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Pamalama Premium
Ok. I'm glad I brought that to your attention, lol.
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mwanzaw2002 Premium
Thanks nath very timely information for me
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EricSavard Premium
Great to learn from one of the top 3 at WA! Thanks Nathaniel!
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justbobw Premium
I've spent a lot of time reviewing quadcopters and watching Youtube videos so I know everything you said here has merrit!
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geowanda Premium
People buy creamy peanut butter? no way! :-)
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jhar32 Premium
This was very helpful and right on time, thanks!
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MattLane Premium
Thanks Nathaniell, this is really helpful. Like others, I will need to read this a few times, but I understand the basic premise. Cheers.
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Adeng Premium
Great training Nate. Thank you.
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swartze22 Premium
Thanks Nathaniell, very good information. I will have to read it again and again, as I improve my website.
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wardchambre Premium
Thank you for all this great information
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Fairey10 Premium
Great advice Nathaniel, to be honest I'm getting slightly overwhelmed with all the information I'm reading. There is so much to take in. But thank you it's fantastic the information people share on WA
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pbar47 Premium
Thank you Nathaniel I learned quite a bit from this And I will begin applying it where applicable. Much appreciation for sharing your expertise!!
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DaveSum Premium
Thank you Nathaniell!
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jvranjes Premium
Useful stuff to bear in mind, thank you Nathaniell. Have to read again.
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JohnBishop Premium
Extremely helpful stuff here, thank you for new perspectives!
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Misspressy Premium
Great training you shared, very informative and I learned a lot about doing product reviews I don't need to own but I have to research for them. Thanks Nathaniel, more success to you and God bless.
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JFochetti Premium
Very informative and helpful! Thanks Nathaniell
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Openeyes Premium
Great article! so helpful, thank you.
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MarineMom Premium
Great information. Thanks!
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smileyharp Premium
Thanks you for explaining this, I wasn`t sure if I could do a review without trying out the product first but the way you explained it makes a lot of sense, now I feel comfortable doing reviews. Thanks for the info, I appreciate it.
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tjud14 Premium
Brilliant post. Thanks Nathaniell. You had me with the bhut jolokia peppers. Very helpful.
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thanks for the pointers really useful stuff and I'm itching to get started just can't decide what topic yet! I love gadgets so maybe that's where I'll start...
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nathaniell Premium
It's hard to predict what will be the "best fit" for you, so you just have to dive in and see what clicks.
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Carbli Premium
That you for the great info. I've been thinking about this.
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GemKnight Premium
Thanks for the useful info. There should be an official course on
the topic you are covering
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Kay0042 Premium
Thanks for postings this info... gave me a few ideas I had not thought of, again thanks
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Eagleone1 Premium
Nathaniell your article is one of a kind. Thanks a lot and looking forward to read your next articles!
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tlmoffett Premium
Nathaniell, this is exactly the article I was looking for. It has helped me immensely, not only in figuring out how to write reviews about products I don't own, but also in choosing what items to review. Thank you thank you thank you!!!
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PMakaris Premium
Yes! Looking forward to this lesson. Already know it's going to be good :)
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nalin2511 Premium
Great training Nathaniell. Much needed. Thanks!
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cliffmckinn Premium
Good Stuff!!!
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johnwnewman Premium
Excellent training!
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ShellSummers Premium
Thank you nathaniell for this extremely helpful training. At Course 3, Lesson 4, I was completely stumped until @Boffy linked me to this training. ~Shell
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TinaB Premium
What an informative training! I have wondered how can people review products if they don't own them or even tried them. But your article answered my question. Thanks. - Tina
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DNave Premium
Thanks Nathaniell. As always great info that I'll be able to use. I've been having trouble thinking of product reviews that I could use in my niche but now I've got an idea of an avenue I could go down. Thanks again.
Dawn
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Mauss Premium
Fantastic training Nathaniel! I'm a newbie and you just put my mind at ease by addressing a lot of my concerns. Thanks heaps!!
My daughter is team smooth, I'm team crunchy!
Cheers
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777getgoing Premium
Hey Nathaniell, thanks for this training, I really learned a lot and will apply everything I learned.
I grew up on the crunchies so you're not alone :) Thanks again!.
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Tele777 Premium
Thanks I needed that!
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caylynn Premium
You have produced noteworthy training that is immensely useful for the WA community! Thank you for the smooth read because am a creamy kind of gal. ^_~
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MarionBlack Premium
Excellent training. I've bookmarked this like many others so I can come back when I'm writing reviews. Yes, crunchy peanut butter all the way. ~Marion
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Christabelle Premium
Thank you Nathaniel, this is very well done! :) I look forward to putting this information to use! :) Christa
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Starcreator Premium
Thanks Nathaniel for the valuable information.
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Salniter Premium
Thanks, Nathaniel, this was very helpful and answers questions with which I have been struggling. Kudos!
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sylvstar Premium
wow i only had to time to skim over this training just now, but really awesome training Nathaniel, thanks, we all appreciate it.
and crunchy peanut butter all the way hahah!
Sylvia :)
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Renewal Premium
Excellent training. I always felt uneasy reviewing products I hadn't used myself. This gives me some conscience free angles to present from. Thank you
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