A large majority of adult review sites out there will often outsource work to professional writers to ensure a constant stream of material. However, you’d be surprised at how many people think writing even 5 reviews a day is an easy task and believe they can slowly build a site up this way. Sadly, they often give up after only a few days of trying. A big reason for this is due to the fact that review writing isn’t as easy as it looks. While you may look at a piece of text that has been created by a professional and think that it doesn’t go beyond what you’re capable of, the reality is actually quite the opposite.
So what makes review writing on a large scale hard? Firstly, it’s getting used to the idea of only presenting information that someone wants. Plenty of people will often make the mistake of looking high and low all over a site to locate pieces of information that in the grand scheme of things are just irrelevant to the reader. For instance, no porn surfer really cares what processor he joins the site through, nor does he want to know the exact number of pictures in a set or minutes in a video. Sure, giving a rough estimation is perfect, but I know there are some people out there who have taken a large sample of videos and photos to find the actual average.
The next problem is language used. In review writing, you want to get as personal as you can with a surfer because you want them to believe that what you’re saying is absolutely true. First person speech is great for this and I believe that a big deal of what a surfer thinks about a site will actually come from a well structured, positive and above all, one on one styled review. We live in an age where 90% of what we absorb on the internet is in first person and naturally, we’re used to this style of media. The problem with this is the lacking ability in a lot of people to write in this style effectively. It’s not something you can really pick up over a few days and forcing yourself to do so will probably end quite badly so in essence, your only other alternative is to write in a different style which as I explained previously, can have quite a negative side effect on the believability of your text.
Review writing is a tough place for a lot of people. The real problem boils down to experience; you’ll find that many top review writers can pump out text that is more relevant, interesting and persuasive to a reader than anything a first timer could produce. Plus, when you do business with an experienced copywriter, you’ll see their amazing ability to produce thousands of high quality words a day – something that an average webmaster, no matter how hard he tries, simply cannot do.