Ambassador Guidelines

Ambassador Guidelines

This guideline is aimed and presented as a set of standards for Try and Review Ambassadors to follow when creating and posting social media content, writing articles or any form of external communication. Please note that this may change as we keep working on providing a better experience for all our ambassadors.

 

The purpose of these guidelines is to support contributors (ambassadors and content contributors) by helping ambassadors and content contributors to produce content and draft articles by understanding the purpose of the organisation. The commitment of every ambassador is essential. We are counting on all ambassadors to serve as creators, advocates and a representative of Try and Review.

Please note that we do not pay our Ambassadors; ambassadors will perform the services at his/her own expense and use his/her own resources and equipment if needed.

 

The Marketing team is available to answer any questions you may have and to support you in this regard. You may email us at ambassador@tryandreview.com if you have any queries.

 

In general

Ambassadors can choose to join a mission if they are agreeable to its content and to share it. Ambassadors will not be faulted for skipping missions that are being suggested to them. However, it is advisable for ambassadors to consistently be active in the ambassador program to be recognised and have a chance to be a featured Try and Review Ambassador.

Only original content will be allowed.

 

Social Media Content/Posts

It is important for Try and Review to know and recognise when ambassadors and content contributors:

  • Post on social networks
  • Write or produce any content and share them publicly
  • Complete a mission 
  • Represent Try and Review in any way

That is why all ambassadors should always tag @tryandreview and hashtag #TryandReviewAmbassador when completing any missions or social media sharing campaigns from Try and Review.

Ambassadors will also have to ensure that their account is public so Try and Review can view it to verify at any time.

 

Guidelines for Content Writers

Approved articles will be published and hosted on The Review Collective, the content arm of Try and Review. The topics discussed correspond to the overall areas of activity to which The Review Collective contributes.

  • The Review Collective communicates information on latest trends and topics with regards to the categories covered by Try and Review:
    ⇒ Beauty, Personal Care, Skin Care, Hair Care, Fragrance, Bath and Body, Health, Baby, Food, Home, Pets, Electronics, Mobile Apps
  • The Review Collective will also cover general tips and how-tos for our community
  • The Review Collective can serve as a communications relay for its members
  • The Review Collective can sometimes also communicate on its activities/partnerships with other organisations
 
Communicating on all of these topics helps to position The Review Collective as a source of information for authentic, unbiased reviews to search for advice and that it will help consumers make better and more informed buying decisions.

 

Language

Contributions should be drafted directly in English (we adopt UK English) wherever possible.

For now, all the articles published in the other countries will be translated after respectively.

However, for native writers/contributors in those countries, there will be an exception to have the articles drafted in their native language. Countries such as Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Hong Kong, etc.

 

Tone of voice

Friendly yet informative - While the phrases may be short and concise, they should relay a brand personality that’s fun, approachable and real. The more the tone of voice emphasises these qualities, the more people can relate to our real, authentic and unbiased user generated content and trust the brand to be a great source of information to help them buy better.

 

Sources

Content Writers always must provide their sources if quoting from somewhere or someone. This will ensure that content writing is better documented.

 

Proofreading

Content Writers must proofread their article meticulously before submission in order to remove as many mistakes as possible and to facilitate the steps that follow prior to publication.

Ambassador Guidelines

A warm welcome to Try and Review Ambassador program!

Ambassador Guidelines

This guideline is aimed and presented as a set of standards for Try and Review Ambassadors to follow when creating and posting social media content, writing articles or any form of external communication. Please note that this may change as we keep working on providing a better experience for all our ambassadors.

 

The purpose of these guidelines is to support contributors (ambassadors and content contributors) by helping ambassadors and content contributors to produce content and draft articles by understanding the purpose of the organisation. The commitment of every ambassador is essential. We are counting on all ambassadors to serve as creators, advocates and a representative of Try and Review.

Please note that we do not pay our Ambassadors; ambassadors will perform the services at his/her own expense and use his/her own resources and equipment if needed.

 

The Marketing team is available to answer any questions you may have and to support you in this regard. You may email us at ambassador@tryandreview.com if you have any queries.

 

In general

Ambassadors can choose to join a mission if they are agreeable to its content and to share it. Ambassadors will not be faulted for skipping missions that are being suggested to them. However, it is advisable for ambassadors to consistently be active in the ambassador program to be recognised and have a chance to be a featured Try and Review Ambassador.

Only original content will be allowed.

 

Social Media Content/Posts

It is important for Try and Review to know and recognise when ambassadors and content contributors:

  • Post on social networks
  • Write or produce any content and share them publicly
  • Complete a mission 
  • Represent Try and Review in any way

That is why all ambassadors should always tag @tryandreview and hashtag #TryandReviewAmbassador when completing any missions or social media sharing campaigns from Try and Review.

Ambassadors will also have to ensure that their account is public so Try and Review can view it to verify at any time.

 

Guidelines for Content Writers

Approved articles will be published and hosted on The Review Collective, the content arm of Try and Review. The topics discussed correspond to the overall areas of activity to which The Review Collective contributes.

  • The Review Collective communicates information on latest trends and topics with regards to the categories covered by Try and Review:
    ⇒ Beauty, Personal Care, Skin Care, Hair Care, Fragrance, Bath and Body, Health, Baby, Food, Home, Pets, Electronics, Mobile Apps
  • The Review Collective will also cover general tips and how-tos for our community
  • The Review Collective can serve as a communications relay for its members
  • The Review Collective can sometimes also communicate on its activities/partnerships with other organisations
 
Communicating on all of these topics helps to position The Review Collective as a source of information for authentic, unbiased reviews to search for advice and that it will help consumers make better and more informed buying decisions.

 

Language

Contributions should be drafted directly in English (we adopt UK English) wherever possible.

For now, all the articles published in the other countries will be translated after respectively.

However, for native writers/contributors in those countries, there will be an exception to have the articles drafted in their native language. Countries such as Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Hong Kong, etc.

 

Tone of voice

Friendly yet informative - While the phrases may be short and concise, they should relay a brand personality that’s fun, approachable and real. The more the tone of voice emphasises these qualities, the more people can relate to our real, authentic and unbiased user generated content and trust the brand to be a great source of information to help them buy better.

 

Sources

Content Writers always must provide their sources if quoting from somewhere or someone. This will ensure that content writing is better documented.

 

Proofreading

Content Writers must proofread their article meticulously before submission in order to remove as many mistakes as possible and to facilitate the steps that follow prior to publication.

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