How to Spot a Fake Review?
If you ever doubt a product review, this is how you spot a fake review step-by-step and by the end of this article, you will also know how to find unbiased reviews that you can trust.
First, let me tell you where you can spot a fake review.
Where You Can Spot A Fake Review?
Most fake supplement reviews can be found on popular news websites, yes, these news website reviews are not edited or written by a professional medical writer or a medical professional these are not even fact-checked usually.
Here is an example of one such fake review.
Why Most Fake Reviews Are on News Websites?
There are 2 main reasons for most fake reviews are on news websites
1. SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
As most news website has authority in the eyes of Google due to all the backlinks pointing to them and that’s why these news websites rank top for any keyword/topic they write for.
In the SEO world, this is called parasite SEO.
2. Lack of Offline market
As we have been observing carefully most of the fake reviews are on newspaper websites as you may know newspaper is a declining market.
Most people prefer to read news online than offline these days hence these newspaper publishing companies need another way to monetize their content and the best way they do it is with sponsored content or paid promotions or paid content.
So most affiliates come and pay for the ranking.
Now let me tell you how to know spot a fake review online.
How to Spot a Fake Review Online?
There are 3 ways you can spot if a supplement review is fake or not.
1. It is on a news website
As told earlier if the product review is on a popular news website then you should stay away from such review if it has sponsored or paid or promoted or PR written near the headline or bottom.
Check the top and bottom of the article if you can see a sponsored tag or not or a disclaimer or not.
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2. It does not have an author’s name
Usually, most fake reviews don’t have an author’s name at the bottom or even at the top. Or even if they have an author name they use some fake names to come up with content.
And they even use fake images or stock images as a person’s profile.
3. It is not written by a medical professional
If we talk about supplement reviews, if the supplement review is not written by a medical professional. You can consider it fake.
As medical professionals are needed to write a supplement review.
How to Find an Unbiased Supplement Review?
This is a simple way to find unbiased supplement reviews online
Step1: Go to Google
Step2: Type your product name (for example: Exipure)
Step3: Add Reviewdunk with product name
Step4: Click the Search Button
Step5: Voila, you have found your unbiased review now click and read it!
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