I’m going to give you 4 ideas that will help you write content for products that you don’t actually own.
1. Amazon details page – Normally they have a nice bullet section and will go over some of the features and details of the product. You can’t copy directly, but you can take it as a first step and put the rest into your own words.
2. Manufacturer’s website – Most products have a user manual and you can download the full manual and find tons of information that you need. There’s also a troubleshooting section where you can find questions from users and put those ideas into your content.
3. Amazon reviews – You cannot copy the reviews from Amazon, but if you put the information into your own words then you are all good. I recommend reading 5 reviews, a few 1 star and a few 5 stars, and you can get an idea of the issues with the product and what people like about it.
4. Go To Forums – You can find lots of information on different products written by people who have used the products, you can find lots of information. Facebook groups are also a great place to find information about products.
If you have any tips, please leave them in the comments below!
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