Please also remember that Trustpilot’s role is not to resolve disputes between reviewers and businesses. However, if you choose to write a review on Trustpilot, the company in question may see your feedback and engage with you. And other users who read your review will be able to learn from your experiences.
Reviews on Trustpilot shouldn’t contain information that identifies people — such as names, phone numbers or addresses. Please note that name abbreviations, initials, describing a person’s physical characteristics or referring to their unique job title (such as CEO, owner, receptionist) may also lead to a person being identified and shouldn’t be used in your review. We also don’t allow reviewers to use their review to promote other companies. For example, the author of this review could be asked to edit it:
Tweak them a little so they are grammatically correct.
What you are looking for are additional keywords and formulas. in the description
The same principle applies to blog posts, book chapters, and so on: The title is where your focus should be. You should begin and end every article with the question: “ Would this make me want to read on?”
Here’s a simple headline-writing formula:
Miller, J. Hillis. 2014. Communities in Fiction. Oxford, UK: Oxford UP.
Singer, Alan. 2018. Posing Sex: Toward a Perceptual Ethics for Literary and Visual Art. New York, NY: Bloomsbury Academic.
A brief summary of a customer’s experience can encourage readers to continue reading to get the details. This approach can also boost search-engine rankings if the reviewer is specific and uses common search terms. It also helps to have the customer provide information about the type of business, as this can help searchers find a new business. A customer might use the title, “This Vegetarian Restaurant Has Excellent Service” to help searchers locate your vegetarian deli.
A title that helps Internet searchers find reviews of your product can boost your search-engine rankings. Consider asking customers to incorporate the name of your product and business and the word “review” into their titles. For example, a customer might title the review, “Review of Mike’s Auto Parts Store.”