We’ve been working tirelessly to solve the pain of researching products, and we have some exciting new updates to share.
Baqpa now includes:
As mentioned above, we verify the review analysis for products with five or more unique review sources (i.e., Amazon, Reddit, and two blogs).
Why five? Five is a special number we’ve seen across numerous studies.
In our survey of over 300 consumers, people visit five websites on average for product research before purchasing. Similarly, Nielsen Norman Group advises that user testing only needs to be done with five users. Google famously only does four interviews to make a confident decision on a job applicant.
Of course, looking at just five unique review sources doesn’t guarantee a slam dunk in trust and a perfect cure for fake reviews, but it statistically makes a considerable difference.
Beyond this simple metric, we’re working hard to address trust and fake reviews even further. We are looking at discrepancies and contradictions among reviews, the trustworthiness of a source (i.e., Wirecutter vs. Amazon), and more. Stay tuned for updates in this area.
reviewr.ai is making its way across the internet. We recently helped the great folks at NewMouth (a leading, medically-reviewed dental resource site) create a useful tool to compare dental aligner services.
Looking to compare prices AND reviews? We’re also helping price.com combine its powerful price comparison engine with our review experience.
Take a sneak peek here, which includes a reviewr.ai widget.
A lot of exciting things are in the works, that includes:
We have also published some blogs; lately, you should check them out:
That’s all for now!
If you’d like to discuss how we can help your business, book a meeting with us. Don’t be shy :)