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How to Write Effective Product Reviews

At the centre of every good affiliate marketing campaign is a series of Product Reviews, services and memberships that will
hopefully convince buyers sitting on the fence to take the leap, hopefully through your affiliate link.

A simple review page with 1,000 words and a few images can generate hundreds of dollars in income, but before any
of that, you need to learn how to write a product review that will garner interest and convert potential sales.

The Basics of a Product Review

A product review is not just another article. It is an overview and sales pitch related to an item that your reader either needs or wants. Your job as a marketer is
to both convince them that the product is what they are looking for and that their money will be put to good use.

Before any of that, know that recent law changes put in place by the FTC in the United States now requires all reviewers to disclose that your review is in effect an
advertisement. Additionally, you need to disclose if you received the product for free to review.

Okay, with that out of the way, let’s get to the basics of writing your review. Here are some of the basics to keep in mind:traffic travis

* Who is Your Reader? – Ask who the reader is and what
they expect from the review. This will help you pinpoint
the benefits that best fit that demographic and use a tone
that will appeal to their sensibilities.

* Outline Benefits More than Features – A long held
marketing tenet is that benefits sell. People want to know
what’s in it for them – the same holds true for your
reviews. Outline why the product will help their problems,
not how it will help them.

* Know What You’re Talking About – You should know your
business. People reading reviews tend to be well
acquainted with the niche, or at least moderately well
acquainted. If you don’t know anything, outsource the
writing.

* Discuss the Product In-Depth – Cover specific details
of the product to show you used it and can offer a full
review.

* Avoid Needless Details – Some details are less
important than others. Nit-picking things that don’t
affect the overall experience can result in lost
credibility.

* Comparisons with Other Products – You don’t have to,
but comparing a product to others in the niche can help
place it in the reader’s minds, especially when talking
about info products.

* Be as Objective As Possible – Stay away from too much
good or too much bad. Even glowing reviews are written
objectively. You’re not selling the product – you’re
reviewing it.

A good product review needs to be something that a
reader can use to determine if the product will meet the
specific need they have for it. That means it needs to be
well written, complete, and pointed toward a call to
action that they can believe.

Using a Product Review Effectively

Finally, you need to be sure you use your product reviews properly. To start with, optimize it for search engines wherever possible. Usually, simply having the product name and the word “review” in the text a few times will take care of that, especially if the product is new and your competition is limited.

Additionally, writing variations of your review and posting them on various sites, including article directories, Squidoo, and your blog, with links back to
your main product pitch page can help develop additional trust and drive future sales.

In the end, a product review that is well written can be the difference between a conversion and a customer that just can’t decide.

Want to get more out of your product reviews. Why not  take a turn for the physical product market, where you can  access more products and write more impactful reviews.
Consumer Wealth System will provide a step by step  walkthrough to building these sites and writing reviews  that sell:




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