About Reviews.org & Our Process
What we do
We’re here to make your life easier by reviewing products and home services for your everyday life. We create in-depth reviews, comparisons, buyers guides, and articles that empower you to compare your options easily and make the right purchases. Why? Because comparison shopping is the worst—and we want to make it better.
How do we help?
We cut through the all the confusing data, presenting comprehensive, impartial research with easy-to-understand recommendations so you can make an informed decision and feel good about it.
Let us do the heavy lifting. It’s our job to do stuff like sort through a hundred television packages to find the best value for a family of four or figure out the best solar provider in Yuma, Arizona. (You don’t want to spend your Saturday doing that—trust us.)
Who reviews the products and services?
Our writers specialize in the fields they cover, talking to industry experts to get the entire story before making recommendations. We comb through feedback from previous and current customers to learn what matters most to consumers like you.
We start by dissecting a brand, product, or service to find the real prices and product information—which are often buried under a bunch of sales talk and fine print. Then we demystify the pros and cons for each option. By using a standardized process, we can compare similar brands, rating each one and highlighting their strengths and deficiencies.
How we make money
We support ourselves and the site through Amazon and other affiliate links. If, after reading our review on a company, product, or service, you decide to make a purchase through one of our links, we may receive a commission. We complete research, write reviews, and determine ratings before adding affiliate links, so brands can’t buy rankings or positive reviews. We prefer to make money by finding the right fit for the right person rather than promoting a company for money.
This model allows us to maintain an ad- and influence-free website since we don’t have to sell ad space or rankings.
If you’re still skeptical, we understand. You can email us at email@example.com with any questions.
Why go to all this trouble?
If you’ve seen the other review sites out there, you know there’s room for improvement. As people who buy stuff, we know what it’s like to try to make a decision without solid information. When we see expert opinions side-by-side with user recommendations laid out in a clear way, it’s easier for us to make that buying decision. And that’s what we’re trying to provide for our readers.
Want to help?
Tell us about your experiences with the products and services we review (or that you want us to review). Feel free to check us out on Facebook or Twitter, or leave a comment on any of our articles. We want to hear from you.
– Reviews.org Staff