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dooyoo.co.uk in general
dooyoo.co.uk in general
Member Name: doriee
dooyoo.co.uk in general
Advantages: good to save up money
Disadvantages: got to get 50,000 points to redeem anything
Dooyoo.co.uk is a reviewing site, a way to inspire other people to write about products they've used but mostly to be inspired by your review itself to go and buy the item! The best thing about this is actually getting paid for it, I've searched for ages for a site like this and non seem to be genuine, the money is small but it adds up really fast and i'm almost ready for my first cheque.
The navigation on this site is quite simple across the top are simple option such as log in and the account, underneath is the search box, here is where you type for example 'Top shop' and then a search list will come up, it comes up with several listings and some have buy it now and some have compare prices, to review the item in search you need to click on the one with compared prices on it. Back on the original page on the left hand side is a menu with ' my account, redeem my points, my invitations, community , dooyoo mail, friends, newest reviews and a few other options. You can refer friends via email and get paid for it, all you have to do is go to my invitations and pop in the email address and it'll send them an invitation. dooyoo mail is just messages sent to you by either member or dooyoo itself, on community it is a drop down menu you things like 'who rated my reviews, who read my reviews, rated reviews and reviews I have read.'
Next to that review that bar in the center is the profile picture and links to 'premium reviews, express reviews, comments and review rated, next to each of these is a number count saying how many you've done. Underneath that is what you've been rated 'very useful, useful, somewhat useful and not useful' next to each is says a number count to say how many of each you have received. On the right on side to shows who has rated you last, under that is shows how many points your currently have.
Reviewing and categories
I've searched lots of random things on this site just to see how far the search can stretch, You can search anything from carpets, curtains, flooring, clothing, make up, websites, discussions, places, hotels and lots more, to review something just type it in the search box, two types of listings will come up on with buy it now and one with compare prices, if you want to review you need to be selecting the compare prices listing. Wen writing the review it will say how many points you will receive for writing and publishing that review, I have seen it is 100, 200 and 300 points, although my fried said he reviewed something that was 600 points but I haven't done this yet, the discussion and most websites are not paid for but fun to write anyway. After publishing it you will find it on the newest review page. Reviews can be express reviews which is less than 150 words which you will not get paid for, Premium reviews are 150 words and over which you will get paid for.
Items you can review are split up into lots of different categories with more categories, such as beauty and fashion, then inside beauty there's categories such as body, hair care, fragrance, make up and more, also it gives a list of the most reviewed items in this category so it's easier to search and will probably make up want to review it more.
Reading and Rating
Once your items are published, people on and off this website can read the reviews, members to this website can rate your review to sum up how useful it is, they can also leave a comment with a compliment or constructive criticism. The more readings you review the better your review is as I love reading reviews and I trust the ones that have been read and rated the most and it being the most useful
For writing reviews you either receive 100, 200 or 300 points and sometimes more, this is 10p, 20p and 30p per review which is hardly anything when you think about it however the points add up really fast, when someone reads and rates your review you get 10-15 points per person which is about 1p each, again it doesn't see like much at all. You can redeem your points when they're at 50,000 points only, you can either redeem it in Amazon vouchers to spend there, or like I will be doing and redeeming it in a cheque 50,000 is £50 You can also get point by referring people, you get 500 points once they write their first premium review, also you get another 500 points when they get given their first crown review.
Summary: great way to earn and save up money