Where to get high quality product Review

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  • Profile picture of the author Sumit thakur
    yes you can try fiverr ,
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    • Profile picture of the author cooler1
      Id recommend a service in the Warrior for hire section.

      Originally Posted by Sumit thakur View Post

      yes you can try fiverr ,
      Fiverr isn't likely to get you high quality, more like a rehashed product description. I bought a review from fiverr last year that had about 99% positive feedback and the quality was awful.
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    I'll put a different spin on this. Have you tried to contact someone who has purchased the product themselves? You can usually find plenty of people giving their opinions in blog posts, on forums, etc.

    Seems better than going the Fiverr route.
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    • Profile picture of the author pankajchandel123
      Id recommend a service in the Warrior for hire section.
      Can you recommend someone specific. There are so many in Warrior for hire section. I get confused there:confused:.
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      • Profile picture of the author cooler1
        Originally Posted by pankajchandel123 View Post

        Can you recommend someone specific. There are so many in Warrior for hire section. I get confused there:confused:. I can pay upto $50 but all I need is quality.
        The provider I used which was very good is no longer available. Try searching "premium reviews" in that forum then spend time reading peoples feedback then you'll find a high quality writer soon enough.
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  • Profile picture of the author Alexa Smith
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    Originally Posted by pankajchandel123 View Post

    Guys I need very high quality amazon product Review that will convert.
    Reviews don't "convert". Reviews are reviews, and you may be confusing pre-selling with selling, I think.

    It sounds as if what you're really asking about is "sales material disguised as a review".

    I'm not suggesting that you shouldn't be (though I admit I wouldn't dream of using that, myself): I'm just suggesting that if this is really something you want to outsource, it'll help you to be aware - before instructing an outsourcee - of the rather wide difference between the two.

    What "converts" is the strength of the recommendation made, and that depends on how much your subscribers trust you, after you've gradually established credibility with them. People buy from/through people they trust. It's your name and your credibility that need to "convert", not a review. Those - not "how well the review converts" are the income-determining part of the equation. Good luck!
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    • Profile picture of the author Tina Golden
      I agree with Alexa, to a certain point. Your rapport with your readers is naturally going to have a large impact on your conversion rates.

      However, the way a review is written certainly has an effect on how well it converts. The subtle use of the right words can definitely influence the reader towards buying and this does not have to be the typical sales material.

      OP, are you looking for a one-time thing or an ongoing writer?
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      • Profile picture of the author pankajchandel123
        OP, are you looking for a one-time thing or an ongoing writer?
        1st review is for testing. If it is well researched and it converts(presell according to alexa ) good , writer could be ongoing. I have lot of work.But all I need is quality
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  • Profile picture of the author napoleonfirst
    You need a copywriter for that job, and I think that your payment if very low for that purpose. However, if you choose a best-seller from amazon and use an Elite writer from iWriter.com, you could see some results.
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  • A copywriter is not what he needs I do agree trust does help with sales, however I believe a quality review can lead to a sale that otherwise may not have happened if the review was bland/boring.

    I find a quality review is not someone who lists every feature and explains each one in robot format with no personality, but rather someone who picks out the features they know people will want to hear about, and then explain them in fun/exciting ways, whilst keeping some hint of professionalism.

    However, if a product is sh*t, I don't recommend lying through your teeth and writing about that product as if it were the holy grail! It'll show, plus people aren't stupid and once they hit Amazon or whatever other site they'll see for themselves.

    Pick products with good ratings and a good track record and you'll have no choice but to write good things, however you should pick out any bad points that you can find, if possible. If you can't, even better... You've found the pot of gold behind the rainbow!

    One thing I recommend is to add reviews on products that have bad ratings, and then review them truthfully. Explaining to the visitor how 'this' and 'this' are horrible and how the product should be avoided at all costs.

    Later on at the end, recommend other similar products that have good ratings and link them to your review of that product. They'll have more trust in you because you've basically told them, don't buy this, it's crap. To them it looks like you're looking out for them, and in reality you are whether you expect a sale or not, and even though they may have to read longer... if they've gone this far they're probably more likely and qualified to buy, plus Google looks smilingly upon sites that keeps its users for longer periods.

    So a quality review, in some cases, may just be a bad review If you catch my drift... Free tip for ya!

    *EDIT*

    Forgot to add, a good reason for this is also the fact that there are many products with bad reviews that get many searches per month but because they have bad ratings noone tries to go after it. You can get that traffic and refer them to a better product review on your site and convert on traffic from bad products too!
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  • Profile picture of the author Cnklin
    Fiverr is nice.I had used for many times and the reviews i finally got can meet my requirements.
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by Cnklin View Post

      Fiverr is nice.I had used for many times and the reviews i finally got can meet my requirements.
      The problem with Fiverr is the "authenticity." Most likely, all you're going to get is a pretty basic overview of the product.
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  • Profile picture of the author moneymakerway
    I recommend using iwriter!
    The concept is similar like in fiverr.
    You can find some great writers with great feedback,
    and I think that the most of elite members charge $8
    per article!
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    • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
      Originally Posted by moneymakerway View Post

      I recommend using iwriter!
      The concept is similar like in fiverr.
      You can find some great writers with great feedback,
      and I think that the most of elite members charge $8
      per article!
      Another alternative is Textbroker. You can usually expect quality since they've got a pretty strict rating system. You'll pay more. But you usually get what you pay for.

      It's just that, unless the person owns the product themselves, you're likely to get more of an overview instead of a true review. No matter where you hire the writer.
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Don't gloss over Alexa's point about it not being the review which "converts", as in a sale.

        The conversion you want from an Amazon affiliate review is a click to the Amazon site in a favorable state of mind. That's all.

        If you try to sell in the review, it becomes pretty obvious that you have a less than unbiased interest in the result. Which blows up the reason product reviews work in the first place - trust.

        So pick your poison...

        If you want to use reviews, buy reviews that match ideal users to products and sell the click, not the product.

        If you want to be a pitchman, be a full-on pitchman.

        Don't try to hammer nails with a screwdriver (you'll spill ).
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