Best  Product of 2017? Complete Reviews With Comparison

Short and catchy Intro + Featured image

Top X [Product] Comparison Chart 

(Table) as many rows as products you’re reviewing, try and make it so it pops at the bottom of the fold, hence keep your intro short and sweet. You can add more Feature columns if the width of your theme allows and the product’s complexity calls for it

Name of Product IMage Goes Hear…………………..Product FeaturesEditors Rating…………….
sgnº1. Go for “make it or break it” kind of essential features, not some irrelevant “size weight color” kind of specs unless those really matter.
Key feature nº1. Go for “make it or break it” kind of essential features, not some irrelevant “size weight color” kind of specs unless those really matter.

 

Editors Rating





10 out 10

sgnº1. Go for “make it or break it” kind of essential features, not some irrelevant “size weight color” kind of specs unless those really matter.
Key feature nº1. Go for “make it or break it” kind of essential features, not some irrelevant “size weight color” kind of specs unless those really matter.

 

Editors Rating





10 out 10

sgnº1. Go for “make it or break it” kind of essential features, not some irrelevant “size weight color” kind of specs unless those really matter.
Key feature nº1. Go for “make it or break it” kind of essential features, not some irrelevant “size weight color” kind of specs unless those really matter.

 

Editors Rating





10 out 10

Table of Contents goes here.

H2: [Product] Review

H3: 1. [Product Name] (make sure to write the actual product name and not whatever rubbish appears on the Amazon Product listing)
Brief intro paragraph, why you’ve picked it, tier it belongs to, subclass it belongs to, etc. (Example, “this is a high-end automatic watch from the luxurious brand Zodiac”) which is a great way to the link to your “automatic watches” tier 2 page from this “best watches” tier 1 page.

Editor’s Rating:

(Star rating goes here)

Product Image (pull from Sitestripe or API)

H4: Overview:
Spec 1:
Spec 2: (as many as you see fit)

H4: Product Highlights

A section where you cover the main features and characteristics that make this product an interesting choice.

H4: The Good/What I like

A section where you cover specific parts where this product is better than other choices in the same price range, where the manufacturer did a really good job, special features you wished other choices had, etc.

H4: The Bad/What I don’t like

A section where you cover the downsides or otherwise poor features and specs of the product
Here you can add a video review/product spotlight from YouTube that’s of good quality for extra information and longer visitor dwell Tim

ProsCons
  • My content about my list item here.
  • My content about my list item here.
  • My content about my list item here.Check Prices
  • My content about my list item here.
  • My content about my list item here.
  • My content about my list item here.Check Prices

 

H3: 2. [Product Name]

—Same structure as a previous product —

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(Repeat with as many products you’ve picked for review)

H2: Buyer’s Guide

Intro paragraph where you explain the importance of understanding what to look for in a good [Product]

H3: Key Feature n1

Explain this feature/spec/function/component so that the reader knows exactly what it does and how it matters, etc.

H3: Key Feature n2

… (As many as needed)
The buyer’s guide is a great spot to place your authority links quoting highly authoritative, niche-specific sources (no, Wikipedia isn’t a good source) to help readers dig deeper into a certain topic if they so wish and improve your on-page SEO at the same time.

H2: [Product] FAQs

• H3: Question 1

• H3: Question 2

• H3: Question 3

• H3: Question 4

• H3: Question 5

H2: Conclusion/Wrapping up/Final Verdict

Here you close the article with a final recommendation with [Product nºX] as the best [product] because A, B, and C. You may alternatively give a second recommendation for a much cheaper option for those who are on a budget.