50 Things to Know provides a decent rudimentary foundation for those wishing to get into the business of reviewing products. The information provided is basic and could use more specificity in some instances. However, it's not well-rounded. It's probably enough information if you're interested. But, you should definitely do more research and while there is a list of resources, there aren't that many.
Our main concern is trouble-shooting. There are intricacies within the work that should be addressed. Even the art of company representative relations deserves a mention. We ambiguously use the term company representative on purpose. There are a few details here that can help you to make or even break a connection and those instances can occur before you even realize what happened.
Overall, I would urge anyone interested in this sand shift of a hobby with greater care. The more serious you are and the more critical thought that you put into it, the more successful you can possibly be.
There is just so much more to reviewing products. On more than a few occasions, we have met people who wanted to do this work and assumed that as long as they could secure a venue (blog, etc.) that they could be a reviewer. We cannot validate the simplicity of that thought.
Author: Susan Kinchen
File Size: 666 KB
Print Length: 44 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publisher: CZYK Publishing (August 24, 2014)
Publication Date: August 24, 2014
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