How Does Analyze That Work?
While general information on Analyze That’s mission and vision can be found on our About Us page, this ‘How It Works’ page is intended to provide much more detailed information regarding who we are and what we do. This page will focus on two things:
- Access to complete transparency of our reviews and clarity for our hundreds of thousands of readers
- An in-depth perspective into how Analyze That operates and our main goals
Success comes to those that actively look for it. In the case of a company, it requires constructing relationships based on trust with its customers, which takes a long time to achieve, but seconds to destroy. Analyze That is a company that is fully committed to providing impartial, honest and reliable product reviews that are intended to help you make better and more informed purchasing choices. We strive to provide factual, trustworthy and clear content. In doing so, we want to be as open and transparent as we can about how Analyze That works, so that you can be more aware of what we do and why.
Did you know that more often than not, consumers are more likely to stop reading an online product review if it is a negative one? Consumers are less likely to do so, if a review is neutral or even positive. Why is this important? Online reviews can vary from totally outstanding to dreadfully negative but most of them are negative.
It is never nice when a company receives a bad review with a low score, but it is part of the way the industry works.. Individuals vary in their tastes, preferences, and experiences, their bodies differ too. What is good for one consumer is not necessarily the best option for another. These differences make the world go round. However, what this really means is that even great companies with great products will sometimes get negative reviews, no matter how far they go to please consumers.
Having said that, it doesn’t mean that great companies with great products never get positive reviews. They do. They even get awesome reviews, which is a terrific way to validate companies that abide by quality standards, offer satisfaction guarantees, third party testing and top notch manufacturing facilities to name but a few.
How do you evaluate the Products You Review?
The internet can be a great place to find everything and anything, from roller skates to boats to even houses. You get the idea. The internet can also be a confusing place. That is why we are here to help. Our main goal, at Analyze That, is to be a central place where consumers can go and check out honest, unbiased, reliable product reviews. Every product featured on our website has been thoroughly evaluated, however, we have not personally used any of the products.
It’s important to note that many of the products on Analyze That are nutritional and dietary supplements, weight loss products, or sleep aids. Unfortunately, these popular categories tend to have more shady business practices and scams connected to them than most, often dealing with billing issues/unauthorized charges, autoship programs, customer service problems, and the products themselves delivering inferior results. Since we do extensive research prior to evaluating each product we review, we have learned to identify certain warning signs or rather “red flags” that may indicate an undesirable product or manufacturer, and then share this information on our website for our readers to consider.
How do we do this? We only use publically available information including, but not limited to, the company’s/product’s official website, credible third party websites, reputable articles, among other sources. We then collate this information into an easy-to-read and user-friendly review that will help you draw your own conclusions as to whether or not the product is right for you. We evaluate scores of product options from over-the-counter to all natural products and we rate them according to a set number of criteria that include: effectiveness, speed of results, product safety, quality of the ingredients, return policy, customer service and feedback.
By featuring unbiased, honest and clear reviews, we believe that we provide a great service and an immense amount of valuable information that will help you to discern the claims made by many of these manufacturers.
At Analyze That, we understand that it can be difficult to separate hype from fact, a star from a dud, which is why we take it upon ourselves to give you fact-based, impartial product reviews that you can trust and that will help you make a more informed purchasing decision.
Finally, although numerous consumers may have had a negative experience with a product or service, our goal is not to berate a company in our reviews. We will however, certainly remain factual about a company’s online reputation or inform you of any issues that have come up. You can rest assured that we will never inject extra information or fabricate data in order to “fatten up” any of our reviews, make any one product “look good” or “look bad’ without justification and that any conclusions we draw are based on concrete and verifiable evidence. In the end, while we may post the initial product review, we want our readers to share their opinions and express their first-hand-accounts about a particular product. All of our content is regularly updated to reflect this, as well as, updated with new and interesting articles on the latest diet and health trends.
Can I Trust the Product Reviews Featured on Analyze That?
Absolutely! We earnestly believe that every consumer, whether they’ve had a good or bad experience, has the right to share their opinion anywhere they choose, regardless if this occurs on Analyze That or some other review website. However, the reality is that many dubious companies will post fake positive reviews on third party websites in order to drive you to purchase their products. Some companies will even produce false negative product reviews about their competitors in order to discredit them and to increase their own market share.
The issue of online fake reviews is not a new phenomena. Luckily, the experts employed at Analyze That are especially trained to analyze the information surveyed and evaluate the products in order to ensure that every review posted on our site is legitimate. There are a number of factors that we take into consideration when we are evaluating the various reviews in order to detect any fake ones prior to posting. If we identify any of these red flags, or detect any skewed facts, we simply won’t post it. If after posting, we discover that a review is not what it’s cracked up to be, we simply remove it from our website. For full details about why Analyze That will publish some reviews and not others, please take a look at our Review Guidelines page.
Analyze That will never misrepresent a product’s review one way or another, as we have nothing to gain from this. We provide a service and as such our goal is to help consumers and nothing more. We will never accept any form of payment from companies in order to improve their ratings by posting only positive reviews or inversely remove legitimate, negative customer reviews about their products because they make them look bad.
Due to our honest and direct policies, some companies may try to make false accusations in order to discredit us or may even try to remove negative reviews or alter content by hacking our website. Fortunately, Analyze That has a dedicated technical team that guards us from such devious attacks.
Why Does Analyze That Feature More Negative Reviews than Positive Ones?
As we have already mentioned in the first section of this page, consumers are statistically more likely to write a negative review if they’ve had a less-than-desirable experience; the same does not apply if they had a good experience, more likely they will not leave a positive review. However, if they’ve had an average experience, they are much less likely to to leave a review at all.
Analyze That’s average review rating:
- 1-Star: 73%
- 2-Star: 4%
- 3-Star: 3%
- 4-Star: 5%
- 5-Star: 15%
With this said, on Analyze That, most of the products we review are concentrated within the nutritional and dietary supplements, weight loss products, or sleep aid product categories, which are mostly unregulated and unmonitored. Many of these companies tend to make really big claims that purposefully inflate their customers with very high expectations, who more often than not feel let down when they fail to perform as advertised, or when they encounter problems with their customer service agents and/or receive unwarranted/unexplained credit card charges. As a result, these customers, rightfully so, feel taken advantage of and accordingly vent their anger and frustration in their reviews.
What do the Reviews mean on Analyze That?
We want to caution you that even though some customers may have been dissatisfied with something other than the product (e.g. customer service, delivery time, bad experience on the return policy), and may have left a negative review on their websites as a result, this doesn’t necessarily mean that the product itself is bad.
For newer products on the market, one negative review does not condemn them, just like one positive review does not mean that they’re excellent.
Many companies are concerned with their products’ online reputation, and as such will often respond directly to customer complaints left on Analyze That, this goes a long way in showing their dedication to their customers.
Rest assured that the reviews we provide on Analyze That are legitimate. When you read our product reviews, which are based on a strict set of criteria (see above), see if you can identify any patterns. Then, should you decide to expand your online search to other review websites, you’ll be able to compare and verify these patterns.
Here, at Analyze That, our goal is to provide you with the best possible experience, and as a result, we are always looking for new ways to improve our service and functionality, while also updating our articles to provide you with the latest on diet and health trends today. We are always updating our content to create a better, more comprehensive and user-friendly website.
Our product reviews are carefully crafted by a small team of dedicated and passionate writers, each of which want to provide you with the highest quality content based on our specific criteria, which we have outlined above. In other words, we’re here to provide you with a valuable service, without ever cutting corners or jeopardizing content.
At Analyze That, we want to help you make more informed choices. We are committed to providing you with accurate and reliable reviews, updates article and the latest information on health and diet trends.