Buyer confidence has to be increased and this is the only way to do this
London, UK (PRWEB) November 29, 2015
The Taoist Soap Review is one of many website's now using social media to boost buyer confidence; but they have taken another step: single-handedly getting users to post reviews (negative or positive) onto the social cloud, which can be viewed by anyone looking for reviews of the Taoist soap, a product designed for skin and scalp inflammation.
"Buyer confidence has to be increased and this is the only way to do this," said Henry Spencer, the leading spokesman of Taoist Soap Review. They have allowed the comments and feedback to be managed by a third-party user, who is not associated with the actual company that manufacture the Taoist soap.
This type of feedback and review system is the first of its kind, as it has very limited interaction or limitations by the stakeholder themselves. Some are saying it is a marketing tactic, and some are saying it is a bold move to show users that the product does what it says.
"Usually businesses worldwide like to keep a close eye and control over the reviews published about them. In the US and UK, it is big business to actually have sites controlled by the business themselves, as a way to improve customer service." says Henry.
The companies are looking to create a Taoist soap support forum to also help users deal with the product itself and give live help to troubleshoot common and uncommon problems, which itself is not a new move, but it is new for the health and cosemetics industry where products usually aren't openly talked about.