How to write affiliate product reviews that convert well?

JoeHamilton

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I searched through WebmasterSun and have not really found any answers to this question.

I am running an affiliate review blog and having a decent traffic but want to do/earn a little more. Does anyone have a good structure or sample for writing good product reviews that convert pretty good?

I have some questions and it would be great if you can to help me, such as:
How many affiliate links per review do you use?
How do you structure your review?
Do you have a sample of an actual live review? and so on?

I want to thank you in advance to anyone that is willing to share me tips!
 

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@joe first of all congrats for your review blog in Advance ,keep taking massive action

When we review something

Here is What we do

The first 3 to 4 lines introduces the creators of the product like

Product xyz is created by xyz he has been in the game for so and so time and has made so and so money

This gives credibility to the product , and remember to promote quality product

Then always pay emphasis on the benefits not the features

Feature- It can be something like it has 12 full blown videos on SEO
Benefit- It could be something like if you follow the training properly you can rank your website in Flat 24hrs

and then give a massive call to Action

Like some bonus ,If you think creating a bonus is a difficult task but it is not to be honest ,Remember it is good to have some bonus than to have no bonus at all

Hope this helps and let me know if you have any questions

Chyanit
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The key is to look at the review NOT like a review. But as if you
were casually talking with a friend who happened to mention the
product/service/etc...

Be yourself, your readers will know when you are trying to "sling
the shit" and they WILL duck (duck = run away, ignore the CTA).

Do not try to sell the product. ALWAYS sell the benefits (as Chyanit
suggested) and ALWAYS ALWAYS tell the truth -- BE HONEST!

Believe it or not, many times, I make more affiliate sales when I suggest
that my reader does NOT purchase an item. Of course, I always go into
explicit detail as to why I am telling them NOT to purchase. Doing so let's
them know exactly what my opinion is based on and many times, just
because the product was no good for me, it may be EXACTLY what will
turn them on to it.

Being honest MAY sometimes cut into your bottom line, HOWEVER,
the trust you earn by being brutally honest is priceless and WILL result
in more sales of other products you promote.
 

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very good Advice given by @developer ,I just forgot to mention that you have to be honest ,you just cannot promise anything

also before reviewing it would be really good if you purchase or get the review copy of the product yourself and go through it

It will give the readers or customers a sense of trust

Thank you
 

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If you are in the United States, one additional thing that must be included somewhere on the review page is a disclosure of your connection with the product owner. This is required by the Federal Trade Commission regulations, but many product reviewers fail to include it.
 

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I searched through WebmasterSun and have not really found any answers to this question.

I am running an affiliate review blog and having a decent traffic but want to do/earn a little more. Does anyone have a good structure or sample for writing good product reviews that convert pretty good?

I have some questions and it would be great if you can to help me, such as:
How many affiliate links per review do you use?
How do you structure your review?
Do you have a sample of an actual live review? and so on?

I want to thank you in advance to anyone that is willing to share me tips!
The layout for your site can matter but can also depend on what niche you're in. In terms of writing, you might want to test things like where you put your links and stuff like that. You can try changing some of your writing around. From what I've seen, people who are good writers, are good writers. There's no like "one size fits all" template for something like this.

Joey
 
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