Reviews.com Takes the Guess Work Out of Buying Products and Services

by Tech Mainstream Staff


November 20, 2018


Reviews.com Takes the Guess Work Out of Buying Products and Services


With the holiday gift giving season coming up soon, the need to find the the best gift for that special person can be solved by visiting reviews.com. Started in 2013, Reviews.com was formed from "a small group of obsessive consumers with a passion for the truth, and the desire to find the best." Instead of every best pick determined by a single writer, an editorial team collectively selects the most outstanding products and services for consumers: "We provide an answer for the most common use case within two minutes."

Reviews.com has been featured in news outlets such as Business Insider, HUFFPOST, c/net, lonely planet, wikiHow and BuzzFeed. The reviews span major categories including home services, insurance,financial services, home products, health and fitness, beauty and pets and extend into subcategories. A search interface is immediately available on the home page to simplify finding a particular purchase item.

Based on an exhaustive approach, Reviews.com spends weeks analyzing scientific studies, lab results, historical trends, user experiences and opinions of authorities. Reviews.com ultimate mission is to "match you with the products and services that will fit seamlessly into your own unique life." Reviews.com does not have testing facilities or labs, instead reviews are based on a "hands on the thing itself" approach where "actually trying something tells us way more than the specs on the back of the box ever could." You can also count on Reviews.com reviews not being stale as they "continue to research, keeping our content updated by reviewing new products or making changes based on things like product recalls and emerging trends" and a "good review is never finished."

In summation Reviews.com "hinges on credibility, and how useful each review is to you" so you can make accurate purchasing decisions especially in this upcoming holiday season. A more thorough examination of Reviews.com and mission can be found at https://www.reviews.com/about/.

 


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