How to write great paid reviews for your reader
It is always said the more you post paid review the more your blog will receive negative growth, so how to write paid review without harming your own growth.
Blogging is all about passion, and “money is a great motivator” When people try to explore your passion for money. It became paid reviews.
Even, wikipedia and wikileaks can not survive without money. They also have some fund raising programs. Now the problem is, You also want to raise some money for your passion without stunting your growth.
Here is my Guide for how to write paid review that Looks like your own version of that site/blog.
Introduce the website :
“James! James Bond” this is the famous dialog of most charming super secret service agent of MI-5 – James Bond. Did you notice how does he introduce himself
Introduce your reader about the website in the same way, its purpose and your overall impression about the website whether it is effective to solve its purpose. Explain what it is just trying to provide, how much according to you it is successful in its effort. What are the actual benefits of using this site/blog for your readers.
Review the design
Check out these two pictures and Kindly tell me which one of these two person will you prefer if you have to take financial advice for yourself.
Believe me both of them are the same person. It is only the makeup that change your total perspective about the second one.
Design of the website is the first thing people generally notice when ever they open any website. Whether the website has the correct combination of the color scheme? Does that color scheme really works for you? How easy it was for you to navigate that site. Share your frank opinion on how design and navigation really work for you and how that will effect your readers.
Did you find any thing exceptional that bother you, Do not hesitate to note down and inform your reader.
Focus of the site.
“Failing to Plan means Planning to fail”. What does it mean to you and probably for your readers here in this paid review post? You might be little bit confused. Allow me to clear this point, for this point check out these two pictures below
The focus of a website is the site’s intent. It means the owner has clearly planned the intent or purpose of the website? Do you think how your first time reader will easily discover what the website is trying to accomplish?
If the website is advertising a product, is it clear and appealing? Would you purchase a product from the website? if yes then only advice to your readers.
Fundamentals of the site.
The fundamentals are the basic operation of the website. Does the hyperlink work properly or the site has misleading anchor text? Is the navigation of your to be reviewed site is proper and your probable reader will be able to understandable it easily? Large websites normally have “site map” for the readers to easily see the navigation scheme. Does website support breadcrumb?
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Content is the “meat and potatoes” of the website.
Content is not king it is meat and potatoes of the site, whether it is relevant to the purpose of the site? Is it well written?Act as a reader of that website and try to find out how much pertinent to the title and theme of the website. Do not read only content on the front page, try to read several pages of that site and try to check whether published content written professionally?
Published items on the site should be free from grammatical and spelling mistakes , if you notice any thing like this do not hesitate to inform.
Evaluate the website for its overall effectiveness.
put yourself in place of your reader and try to answer these simple questions. These questions are very crucial to evaluate the overall effectiveness of the website
- Does the website easily accomplish your reason for visiting the website?
- Does the website has the information or product you were searching for easy to find?
- Does the information available on the website is up to date and accurate?
- Does the website tried to establish a relationship with you.
- Does the website have multiple author?
Most websites will have an “About Us” page or other page that introduces the company/blogger, its qualifications and writer’s profiles. Is the website written by one or multiple authors? With as much information that is available on the Internet, it is important to understand whether the website is accurate and that the writers are qualified to write about the content displayed. Can you easily discover whether they are qualified to write about the website’s purpose? Writers should have their own byline or profile page.
Beyond the basics.
Did you ever check who is reading your article? This is the most common mistake by the beginners.
if you are not sure check out using this simple Google query. Here is the screenshot of my site
If your audience is a group of website developers or other group of information technology professionals, you should delve a little deeper in your analysis of the website. Along with the basics discussed in the previous steps, you should discuss: color schemes, alignment and visual organization; marketing capabilities and branding; functions of widgets, forms and html; browser capability and resolution, Loading speed, Flash or Jquery etc etc..
Paid reviews had been a long debated topic for the years. Though throughout this article i was trying to teach you how to write a great paid review, Still i strongly believe that a blogger must try to explore all means of monetization without cheating his/her loyal readers.
Do not hesitate to give me your voice i am already here to hear you.