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Review Blog Recipe

Create a Product or Service review using LongShot's Review blog recipe.

Last updated on September 2, 2022

Introduction

A review blog post is a type of blog post that provides a critical evaluation of a product, service, or company. They can be positive or negative, but they should always be honest and objective.

 

Review blog posts are typically written more formally than other blog posts, often including links to the products or services being reviewed. It's where the user adds the pros and cons, statistics, and experience of the product or service.

 

Reviews are essential as most users look for answers and social proof to decide before purchasing. These reviews reveal much about the brand and indicate its best and worst.

 

Recipe / Steps to creating a Review Blog using LongShot

 
  • Step 1: Research

The first step in writing any review article involves you doing a lot of research. And why not? Review articles require you to curate content, and you might need to read other reviews to get new insights.

 

As for keyword research, finding relevant keywords that users search for your product review is very important if you wish your content to be seen on SERP.

 

Your content should be an ideal mixture of helpful content for user experience and enough SEO content that you're visible on the search engine.

 

LongShot Features you can use:

  1. LongShot x Semrush integration
  1. Research feature inside LongShot Blog Wizard
 
  • Step 2: Outline

Once you've completed the research, it's time to generate outlines. These are the sub-headings or the H2 tags for your content.

 

The Outline should answer questions related to the What, Why, How, Where, and Who of the product.

 

LongShot Feature you can use:

  1. Instruct Me Prompt
  1. Listicle Outline Generator
  1. Outline feature inside LongShot Blog Wizard
 
  • Step 3: Creating a Title / Headline (H1)

Create a catchy headline that accurately reflects the content of your post. Mention words like Review after the product name and the year at the end.

 

Mentioning your experience inside the headline is a creative way to encourage users to click on your link.

 

LongShot Feature you can use:

  1. LongShot Headline feature
 
  • Step 4: Introduction

This is where you write a brief introduction explaining all components you'll be covering in your review.

 

You can introduce the product or service in question through a personal story, statistic, anecdote, or by describing the end result. You can also mention why you're writing this review.

 

LongShot Features you can use:

  1. Generate Blog Intro
  1. Headline Intro Generator
  1. Instruct Me Prompt
 
  • Step 5: Content Body

What? You can start by answering the what. You'll need to describe the offering. You can answer questions like

  • What is the product or service?
  • What does it do?
 

Then you explore the Why? You have to answer why this product or service? You can answer questions like

  • What does the product do differently than the competition? Answer the unique selling proposition offered.
  • What does the product or service do that's better than every other product? (People don't buy products; they buy results. The product or service is the means to get those results and not the end.)
  • What does the product or service do that is bad?
 

The next part is answering the How?

You can answer the following questions:

  • How to use the product?
  • Exploring the various use cases offered by the product.
 

Next up is the Who? Describe the best persona for the product or service. You can mention the use cases for the persona.

 

And finally, you explore the Where part of the equation. After you've shared everything about the product, you can share where the readers can buy it at the best possible price. Include CTAs wherever relevant.

 

LongShot Features you can use:

  1. Write More Feature
  1. Instruct AI Feature
  1. Writer's Block Remover / Unstuck Me
  1. Personalized Content Generator
  1. Headline Intro
  1. Listicle Generator
 
  • Step 6: Conclusion

And finally, you end with a conclusion, where the user has all the value and answers at one place.

 

LongShot Feature you can use:

  1. Conclusion Generator
 
  • Step 7: Meta Description

Add content metadata for your case study to be easily searchable on the SERPs.

 

LongShot Feature you can use:

  1. Meta Description Generator
 
  • Step 8: FAQs

You can add the most used FAQs at the end of your blog. These will help the reader find answers to the most commonly asked questions about your reviewed product.

 

LongShot Feature you can use:

  1. FAQs Generator
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