Are you tired of writing product reviews that don’t bring you sales? Read on and find out how to write profitable product reviews.
Yes, I’ve been reading lots of guides to writing reviews, but some of them seemed to require so much work that I never really got around to using them properly. And others – didn’t get the results I was looking for.
But the other day I found a review guide that just totally blew my socks off! I LOVED it. It was fun to read, relatively concise and fluff free, and well, the approach was refreshingly different.
It promised to be a guide that teaches you how to write “kickass” reviews, and it lives up to that promise. Even better, by the time you’re through, you’ll know how to write these types of reviews for ANY product, whether they’re physical (printers, digital cameras,) or virtual (ebooks, coaching programs).
Unfortunately, it wasn’t actually for sale, but it does come as a bonus with the author’s NEW review guide package. It also came as a bonus with another product earlier this year. But I think you’ll want Bart’s NEW review guides, especially since they are outstanding as well and will further enhance your review-capabilities.
It’s on a dime sale, so don’t wait too long or you’ll have to pay more.
Anyway… here’s the scoop:
How To Write REALLY Profitable Product Reviews
You know that writing reviews can be a great approach to affiliate marketing. That’s why so many people write reviews. Unfortunately, most of those “reviews” are thinly disguised sales pitches.
And not surprisingly, most people find this pretty frustrating. Which is why they will be very happy to find YOUR reviews if you follow the system in Bart’s review guide.
Worried it gets complicated? Well, there IS more work involved. You do have to write reviews that are genuinely useful to people, which means you have to include the crucial facts, and then some.
On the other hand, Bart gives such excellent instructions and examples that you’ll find it a lot less daunting than you might expect from some of the other how-to-review guides.
What’s In Bart’s Review Guide?
First, he gives you the scoop on how to structure and write reviews. It’s not totally revolutionary stuff, though he does point out and give excellent examples, including features vs. benefits.
But the real Gold lies in his “Advanced” section. That’s when I got REALLY excited!
That section starts on page 9 of the guide, where he basically turns the traditional approach to product reviews on its head. And of course he includes excellent examples too.
I love his McDonalds example in particular. It really makes the concept come alive. And that in turn makes his system easy to follow, especially since he then walks us through a whole example where he applies those same principles.
Well, actually, he does it even better. First, he presents a “traditional” (though excellent) product review. THEN he rewrites that review using his Advanced technique! And it’s just amazing.
And THEN he adds MORE examples with different “angles” – I don’t want to give away the whole scoop here…
Another Example With The Highly Effective Approach to Reviews
That alone would have been fantastic, but Bart doesn’t stop there. He walks us through his system again with a different example.
And finally, he sums up his system with cheat sheet precision.
Why do I love it so much? Because it works for my learning style. I love to see real step-by-step examples, and cheat sheets for easy reference. And I know I’m not the only one who likes this approach.
His guide actually includes some other cool tips as well… including how to get those reviews FOUND online, and in which forms they’re most easily found.
The guide is relatively short, but like I used to tell my students – I don’t grade by the pound. In fact, I consider the conciseness of the guide a big plus.
So what do you have to do to get your hands on this cool guide?
I recommend getting Bart’s NEW review pack – where he adds LOTS more meaty info – in two guides plus some bonuses, one of which is the guide I’m discussing right here.
What’s In Bart’s NEW Review Manual?
Well, for starters, it’s actually TWO manuals! Yes, it’s divided into two major parts, and I think this makes it a lot more effective.
The first guide focuses on how to differentiate yourself from the masses (i.e., all your competitors who also write reviews).
And he has some very cool tips that I haven’t really seen elsewhere before.
The second part is filled with lots of excellent tips that will help you make your reviews even MORE effective.
Once again, he delivers excellent examples, so you can SEE how to approach those reviews and make yours just as effective.
And finally, he has a bonus chapter where he gives you an easy and effective way to create … a bonus you can give people who buy the product through your link.
I bet you’ve seen that product reviews often include bonuses, but you also know that not any old bonus will do. Well, Bart has his bonus system nailed, and he generously shares it with us.
Uh-oh. I sound like a big fan of Bart’s. And, well, I AM. I don’t discover products I get this excited about very often, and I’m very happy to have discovered this one (and his NEW products).
By now, you probably see that if you write reviews to make money, you’d really miss out if you don’t get your hands on Bart’s techniques…
Is there a bonus? Yes, of course. I’ll get it all sorted by tomorrow, and will update this post with more detailed info. However, in the meantime, you can also simply forward your receipt to ElisabethHelp AT Gmail DOT Com, and I’ll send it to you, along with a special Early Bird Extra Bonus.
What will it be? Something you’ll find very helpful as an affiliate marketer.