In order to properly review a product or solution, there is the need to actually use the product or solution – and for a significant period of time – in order to be able to form a valid opinion about the product and solution.
This is exactly what we do here at Mobility Nigeria. Right from day one, Yomi has abided by the principle that he will never publish a review of a product that he hasn’t used himself and he’ll never allow a Mobility Nigeria team member to do the same. As a result, our readers have come to trust our opinions on the products that we review.
We have received requests from manufacturers and retailers asking us to write reviews of their products. In one instance, the retailer asked us to go through their website and write a review of any of the phones listed there. We would do no such thing and we stood our ground despite their insistence. Our refusal also meant that the retailer pulled their ad off the Mobility Nigeria website.
We consider the advert loss a small trade-off for excellence and trust.
There are websites all over the place with “reviews” based on nothing but the manufacturer’s specifications of devices. Those are not reviews and do not reflect true pictures of the devices in real life situations.
Remember that when you read a phone review on Mobility Nigeria, you are reading a review based on real-life usage. It is one of those things that have earned us our reputation in the industry. Another is the fact that we endeavour to be objective in our evaluations of devices, regardless of whether or not a device in question is the type of device that the reviewer would purchase for himself.
The power of a Mobility Nigeria Review
We have observed a trend here. Right after we publish a phone review, that specific phone enjoys an increase in sales in our phone store.
As such, we have come to appreciate the power of a single review. When reviews are properly done, interested buyers are well informed and those who find the review devices to be what they need are able to comfortably part with their hard-earned funds, knowing that they are not taking a walk in the dark.