Customer negative reviews from online stores have nothing to do with the rules of writing and giving constructive feedback when what one gets is not quite what one expected.
What are reviews & ratings after all? They are the most profound (more often than not) feedback from someone who has worked hard, earned money and paid for your product in hopes of getting a job (any job) done.
That makes it quite of a top, isn’t it? But let’s see why… During the past decade, the number of tools that help brands manage their almost real-time intreactions with their social media subscribers or simply random visitors or better say commentators has been growing. Monitoring brand mentions and reactions to posts on various social […]
Here’s what happens to your product reviews on Amazon In our everyday work at FeedCheck where we help brands manage reviews for tens of thousands of products, there were not few the cases in which some of our customers were anxiously asking us why their reviews numbers were different in FeedCheck than the numbers shown on […]
Discover now with our Key Drivers Sets. It’s faster and easier. Reading reviews is always fascinating in order to find out all the juicy details about how customers have been experiencing your or competition’s products.
Since two years ago I have been interacting with many consumer product brands. Some of them are popular global brands like Philips, Samsung, and Procter & Gamble. During this valuable experience, I had some Aha moments and I would like to share a few thoughts with you. When I started FeedCheck I had discovered a […]
From today, FeedCheck has a new feature. As you know, FeedCheck is collecting reviews and providing analysis on those for you.
We are going to talk about how to make product reviews actionable? In other words, what do you do with this stuff? What do you do with the data? Up, on the left side of the chart, we have a lot of volume (around 50 reviews per month) and a low rating. What do you […]
Short history of Apple’s MacBook Pro The MacBook Pro was a line of portable computers made by Apple incorporated based on Macintosh idea. The first MacBook Pro was introduced in January 2006 by Apple. It is the high-end model of the MacBook family, currently the best buy chosen by Apple’s fans.
Hello again, Adrian from FeedCheck here. Today I want to highlight a problem that many Amazon sellers deal with. Questions…