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Useful reviews are detailed and specific, and give the reader a feel for your experience. Think about what kind of information you want when you ask a friend or coworker to recommend a restaurant, service, activity, or business.
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How to Write a Business Review
By Christina Hamlett, eHow Contributor
August 21, 2009
“Many people base their decisions about trying a new restaurant, switching to a different bank or engaging the services of a
PR firm by researching what others have already written about their own experiences with those entities. A business review is
a narrative report card that addresses the quality of a company’s products and services so that newcomers can make an
informed choice as to whether it’s a good match for their needs.”
Her suggestions are summarized here:
- Identify the goals and objectives of the business you are reviewing.
- Create a list of measurable elements that are pertinent to the type of business you are reviewing.
- Evaluate whether the company’s objectives met your personal expectations.
- Research whether a negative experience was just a one-time glitch or the norm for the business you’re reviewing.
- Take into consideration the target clientele of the business.
- Offer suggestions in your review on how the product or service could be improved. Strive for an equitable balance of fact and opinion in your content.
- Identify at least one positive item to praise in your write-up.
- Take into consideration your own mindset prior to writing your review of a business.
- Use humor sparingly in business reviews.