Post Your Product Review on Wheelsuckers!

Do you think your latest purchase - whether a new bike, accessory or item of clothing - is the bees knees or a waste of your well-earned? What about the cycling-holiday destinations you've experienced, the good and the bad?

Why not share your thoughts with other Wheesuckers members with your own review? They'll love you for it!

Publishing your own review is very easy and this short tutorial will show you how to add one to Wheelsuckers using the content editor. For great examples, see previous reviews from members Pat Noone, Greg Russell, Dr Fiona WhitehouseNick Williamson, Dave Nash and Jamie Ewbank.

Each week, we'll feature the best members' reviews on the Wheelsuckers' website, in our eNews "Top Picks" as well as promote it on Twitter and Facebook.

Writing Your Review

To make your review stand our from the crowd, here are our top suggestions:

  1. Ideally, your review should be between 300 to 1,000 words in length
  2. Try to be critical: what do you like about the product? What don't you like? What could be improved? 
  3. Include the Recommended Retail Price (RRP) and a link to the manufacturer/retailer. Members may want to buy after reading your review.
  4. Where possible, include photos and/or images. This always lifts a review and makes it much more interesting to read

If you're concerned about making mistakes with your first review, don't worry, you will! The good news is you can review your content as it will appear to others before it's published. Even if you spot an error after it's published you can always edit your content and correct it as many times as you want (or need to!)

Ready to start your review? Great! But first, please read our community guidelines then follow the instructions below. Also, If you are a representative of a company (or have a vested interest in one) please don't post a review of your own product/service! You may be a bit biased...

We're looking forward to your reviews!

The Wheelsuckers' Team

 Using the Content Editor

From the main navigation menu on Wheelsuckers, hover your mouse over "Share" and then select "Blogs" from the drop-down menu. You'll now see a list of all blog posts on the site.

In the top right of the page, there is an "+Add" button (below), click this:

The next page is the content (blog) editor. The image below describes the main features but if you have any questions, feel free to ask them - just contact the Editor.

 

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