posted on Apr, 16 2018 @ 08:48 AM
I have to look for a few items and a doctor/specialist and have been reading review for these. I've noticed that some of the reviews just have the
exact same feel or tone when I read them, it is like the same voice in my head when I hear them like they are written by the same person or they are
generic. The thing is that they all contain the same basic outline on what they say/cover like they follow a script for talking points, some are kind
of odd to mention in a review and seeing many reviews for the same thing with these same talking points, just feels off. Then I read other reviews
and my inner dialogue has a unique tone that seems like it is an authentic review and it just feels "natural". What I'm saying is that my inner
dialogue seems to indicate if the review is real or not by the tone I hear it in, but IDK if I can rely on this or not. It's hard to explain if you
don't experience it, but if you have read enough reviews then you might know what I mean.
Also in the reviews that seemed to have the same tone, they all didn't list a person's name and location, which the other reviews that seemed real
did. The ones without name just had a city/town name and that was it and out of the 30+ reviews that had only a town/city, they all had this same
tone, same content etc and just seemed fake. Then the ones with people's names just seemed realistic for some reason. I'm wondering if this is due
to placing a name in the review and it is a result of my inner dialogue making it sound unique because it has a name, or if that is "too deep" of an
explanation and these are just real reviews vs the fake ones that were created that have the same tone.
How many of you find yourselves reading reviews that you can tell are fake and do you ever have an inner dialogue change while reading them?