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What Do You Think Of Private Label Product Reviews?

Written by George Manty  · April 26, 2007

In my interview with Allan Gardyne, Allan mentioned that affiliate programs work really well on review sites. Anik Signal has just started a Private Label Product Reviews membership site at

Anik is providing 100 product reviews in 10 different niches per month. This sounds to me like it could be a really good way to make money online with affiliate marketing. You could set up a product review blog, take the private label product reviews change the text a little, add your affiliate links, and post them to your blog.

The only thing I am not so sure about is that the reviews don’t really reflect your personal opinion about the products. I am not sure how to get around that one without feeling like I was violating some ethical standard I have set for myself.

What do you think? Do you think that is a good idea?

I guess it’s sort of like outsourcing your product reviews. Would you outsource your product reviews or not?

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6 Responses to “What Do You Think Of Private Label Product Reviews?”

  1. Leroy Brown on April 27th, 2007 7:13 am

    My question would be this – How good are the reviews if I’m getting 100 reviews for $47?

    And more importantly… if the reviews are unique, as the sales page seems to indicate, why in the world wouldn’t the author simply use them himself, and earn the affiliate revenue? It seems he would make more money that way… unless the reviews are really sub-par, in which case it makes sense that he wouldn’t use them.

    I’m a cynic, I know.

  2. Amanda on April 27th, 2007 7:58 am

    I don’t know. I think only if it were a trusted group of people but even then eh..

  3. George Manty on April 27th, 2007 9:21 am


    You make some good points. I have wondered that about Private Label Rights content in general. I do know someone who has a membership with a different private label rights site, and says the content is pretty good quality. I think regular private label rights content is probably better than this though.

  4. George Manty on April 27th, 2007 9:23 am


    I agree. In fact, I feel like I would need to review the product anyway, to make sure it was wothy of the review I was posting.

  5. Ryan Ambrose on April 28th, 2007 9:50 am

    No, I wouldn’t outsource my product reviews.

    If people are coming to you for advice and your review came out of a pack that thousands of others bought, why come to you (and possibly buy from you) as opposed to someone else to read the same-old same-old? And if you’ve never seen the product and post a review out of a box that doesn’t reflect what that product actually is, your credibility will take a hit.

    If you’re going to write a review, take the classic approach. Buy the product, use it, then write your opinion of it.

  6. George Manty on April 30th, 2007 7:07 am


    I think you are right about that. It’s a lot different than buying regular private label right articles for your sites.