17 Sep '16, 1pm

The reviews are in. Well, not yet. Check out some tips that’ll help you get bloggers to review your products. https://t.co/GuV9uQW4PC

If there is an exchange of high-value goods or money between you and the blogger, their post will likely feature a note tagging it as a sponsored post. Bloggers must disclose if they received high-value products or payment in exchange for writing a post. If there is an exchange of low-value goods between you and the blogger, their post will likely feature a note that says the blogger received goods in exchange for the story. Bloggers keep their readers’ trust by sharing these details. The review might not always be positive. When you ask bloggers to feature your product, you will likely not get to dictate the editorial content of the post. Bloggers also keep their readers’ trust by sharing their true views of the products they cover.

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