Guidelines for writing a review Be objective and truthful. Tell us how you really feel and why. Useful reviews are detailed and specific, and give the reader a feel for your experience. Think about what kind of information you want when you ask a friend or coworker to recommend a restaurant, service, activity, or business. Here are some of the kinds of questions you might want to answer in your review:
Did the experience meet or exceed your expectations? Are you planning to go back soon? How did this store compare to other, similar businesses in your area? Do you feel like you got what you paid for? What did you like or dislike? If you had to wait in line, was it worth it? Would you recommend this to your friends? Your parents? Your boss? Try to keep it short. Write short sentences that stick to the point and focus on highlights of your experience. The recommended length for a local review is from 100 to 250 words.
“M10Digital is a small neighborhood computer repair shop in Miami. I was amazed at the level of service I received. I realized I had become used to bad service. I paid a little more than other placed I have tried, but I would have paid more. Oh yeah, if you know what the zeroes and ones say , you get 10% off .”