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Consumer Product Review Site Fielding Resumes For Guides

March 1, 2013

A start-up website that helps consumers find reviews and discounts for every day consumer products has grown to the point to where they are looking to hire product experts. Called “guides,” each expert is required to be qualified in writing in-depth analytical reports on popular products.

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 01, 2013

A start-up website that helps consumers find reviews and discounts for every day consumer products has grown to the point to where they are looking to hire product experts. Called “guides,” each expert is required to be qualified in writing in-depth analytical reports on popular products.

The site started in the fourth quarter of 2012 by reviewing the hottest trending products available for purchase online, like the immensely popular Insanity Workout. Instead of hiring a biased personal trainer to give an opinion on the program, the sight leaned on advice from an every day father of two named Chris who does all he can to stay in prime shape to keep up with his young boys. As the official health & wellness guide, Chris writes about his experiences with supplements, diet pills, workout programs, and more.

The site currently profiles products in five product niches, but is looking to expand to ten by the end of March. The website identifies the best selling products from Amazon.com, like anti aging product Elite Serum, and gradually evolved into other market sectors as more guides stepped up and volunteered their time to put down their expert opinions on paper.

“We are paying for experience-backed opinions that can be used on our website,” said a spokesperson. “If you feel you have a background that makes you an authority on any type of consumer product that can be purchased online, we´re interested in speaking with you. Our goal is to make ReviewBank.com the go-to website for consumer reviews.”

Interested parties should visit the website and submit the pertinent information. The opportunity is open to anyone with proficient English writing skills and an extensive background in one or more consumer product categories.

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