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Launching Community Reviews

How about you pick an item, and I will review it for you!

Up until now, products for reviews has been mostly picked by me. Whether I buy the gadget or one is provided to me free of charge I always make sure it suits NotEnoughTech. This is probably why you never have seen a dog collar review (yes, I genuinely got a request for that) on NotEnoughTech. This time I’d like to try something new: Community Reviews.

What are Community Reviews?

Since the Patreon is sailing steady, I get a decent supply of coffee thanks to one-off donations, I figured, each month I would allocate a budget for community reviews. This is a perfect opportunity for everyone to submit items they want to get, but the lack of reviews or information has been stopping them from making the final decision.

What if you wanted IKEA reviewed? This one is already covered!

You will be able to vote or submit products/gadgets/tech for the Community Reviews. I will use the allocated budget to purchase the item (unless I can secure it otherwise) and maybe swing a giveaway unit as well!

Voting

For now, the poll will be hosted on Reddit and you will need to hold an account to vote. If someone has a better idea, I’m open to proposition. It’s the first time, I’m sure I will iron out all the kinks soon!

Please vote on “locked” comments only – as these are approved by me submissions.

Submission

Submission can be done via email: mat@notenoughtech.com (you don’t need a Reddit account). I will moderate the entries to make sure they meet the standards set for NotEnoughTech. Yes, you can submit more than one product, just be reasonable!

You can also reply to the Reddit thread and I will get your comment added to the list.

Your submission must contain:

  • Product name
  • Product link
  • Product price
  • Use “Community Review” in the email title.

First Community Review will as a budget limit to $50.00, I will also include a PayPal link to increase the budget for each month. Please use “Community Review” in the note if you wish your tip to go towards bigger monthly budget.

Community Reviews Rules:

  • I will pick one item from TOP 3 upvoted items
  • Community Review will be announced at the end of each month
  • You have time till 25th of each month to submit ideas
  • Items not selected will be moved to the next month’s poll

Conclusion

What do you think guys? I’d love some feedback from you! Most importantly, I will be waiting for your submissions. The first Community Review starts in November 2019! You can take a look at the poll here! I would strongly advise you to sign up for the newsletter if you are interested in giveaways and announcements – you can join the list via this link.

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