How We Test Products

BeefeaterMixldn is always honest in evaluating products. We always have certain principles in the product evaluation process. There are the ways how we test products: 

1. Deep research about products

To write a quality review, it requires the writer to learn carefully about the product for which We will be about to write a review. Because we clearly understand the quality, benefits and experience of the product, when you write articles, it will help readers trust and put more faith in our article. To write a detailed and informative review of the product, we must read that information, select it and put it in the article

2. Who is the audience?

Each brand or product in the market is aimed at a certain target customer group to offer different effective approaches. Therefore, depending on the target group of customers, we will adjust the tone of voice, style or address so that it is appropriate for that target group, in order to improve the outreach efficiency.

3. Product experience

If writing a review about a product that we have never used, it is like all of reviewing from your imagination. This will make the review not in-depth, of course, it will not be able to solve the customer's problem, moreover, this is also "contrary to professional ethics". So, in order to produce a quality review, we must show customers a real experience, with a "real" user going first. So, learn carefully and use the product before we write a review.

4. Process of writing a review

Discuss the details of benefits and features in a way that helps the reader visualize themselves using and benefiting from the product or service. Offering this kind of personal visualization may help readers understand how a product or service could apply to their unique situation. When describing benefits and features, consider including the following content:

Core features: These are the features that most directly solve the reader's problems. Try describing each core feature in one or two sentences and be sure to include all important information.

Actions: After detailing the features, describe how they function within the product or service. Limit your descriptions to one or two sentences for each feature while providing an accurate portrayal of functionality.

Applications: After describing the features and how they work, apply them to a real-life situation. Again, try to keep your descriptions under two sentences and do your best to create a realistic image of how the features contribute to solving the reader's problem.

There are some rules which we always keep: