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After Receiving 30 Tweets From a Self-Published Author, We Have a Response

After our video on incentivized reviews went viral, we’ve spent a lot of time reading through the responses and helping folks better understand our product.  Most commenters were patient and only sent one question at a time, however self-published Author David Gaughran sent us 30 tweets requesting a response. David Gaughran is a self-published author […]

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The anti-Amy Schumer Amazon brigade: a breakdown

You’ve seen it before. Maybe on a forum, a comment section of a news article, or someone’s Twitter feed. Things don’t look right. There seems to be a bunch of new people in your neck of the internet posting extreme opinions and even threats. It’s a brigade. Brigades occur when online trolls group together to […]

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FakeSpot vs. ReviewMeta for Analyzing Reviews

We often get asked the question “How is ReviewMeta different than FakeSpot?” The goal of both ReviewMeta and FakeSpot is to empower consumers to cut through the noise and deception of suspicious reviews, but there are still some objective differences worth pointing out.  The ReviewMeta platform embraces transparency and customization to give nuanced insights to […]

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The Fundamental Problem with Review Clubs

Update 10/3/2016: Amazon BANS Incentivized reviews! This is Part II of an in-depth series that examines incentivized reviews (reviews with a disclosure similar to: “I received this product for free or at a discount in exchange for my unbiased review”).  In Part I, we analyze 7 million reviews and show that incentivized reviews are less […]

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What can we do about the problem of incentivized reviews?

Update 10/3/2016: Amazon BANS Incentivized reviews! This is Part III of an in-depth series that examines incentivized reviews (reviews with a disclosure similar to: “I received this product for free or at a discount in exchange for my unbiased review”).  In Part I, we analyze 7 million reviews and show that incentivized reviews are less […]

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When Incentivized Reviews are Lower than Non-Incentivized: A Possible Warning Sign

Update 10/3/2016: Amazon BANS Incentivized reviews! We didn’t want to derail our Analysis of 7 million Amazon reviews: customers who receive free or discounted item much more likely to write positive review by going off on a tangent, so we decided to make this an entirely separate post. The data shows that 86% of the time, […]

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ReviewMeta’s Preliminary Reports

In an ideal world, we’d be able to analyze every last piece of data before telling you how the reviews look.  Unfortunately, it takes a massive amount of computing power to process that much data, and we understand that you aren’t always willing to wait a few hours before we give the product a complete […]

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Thanks for Installing the ReviewMeta Browser Extension!

How it Works: – The icon will be dim if it does not detect you are viewing a product page.  Clicking it will take you to our homepage. Visit any Product page to see the extension in action.  We currently support products on: Amazon.com, .ca, .co.uk, .com.au, .fr, .it and .de Bodybuilding.com Clicking on the icon will […]