Elmhurst, NY, May 21, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- In order to help consumers find an ideal mouse for their computing device, the New York City based firm MiceZone has announced the launch of product review site MiceZone.com, a challenger to product review behemoths such as CNET and PCMag. MiceZone combines the best features of its main competitors and even takes things a step further, offering several unique features such as how-to guides, tips and tutorials.
"MiceZone pairs the best features of a product review site with the quick how-to's and video tutorials,” explained Olivia Bannett, Senior Editor for http://MiceZone.com. “This allows a consumer to educate herself thoroughly - by reading the reviews and watching videos to learn how a product works." Part of the key to MiceZone’s success is the fashion by which it makes use of and integrates Product review technology directly into each video tutorial. Furthermore, the addition of the Analytics technology will allow insight into a multitude of analytical data about the people that have viewed the product reviews.
According to Bannett, whose own editorial experience was crucial in the development of MiceZone’s specific approach to product reviews and presentation, “People want to learn as much as they can before they purchase a product - and they want to learn (via video) how to set those products up, how to use them and how to troubleshoot in case of any problems.” This novel approach to mixing how to videos with text-based reviews is unique in current review websites and gives the consumer a powerful tool in the process of buying a product. “Understanding a product's ins and outscan help you make a better buying decision and you are more likely to be satisfied with your purchase afterwards.”
MiceZone also offers view-and-compare service for consumers who want to compare similar products side by side and make a more informed purchase decision based on their precise needs. In addition, when possible, MiceZone provides direct links to the lowest price available for a particular product and direct link to the vendor that is selling the product. “Our goal is to make MiceZone a one-stop shop for consumers who are looking for a computer mouse. We want theme to have a peace of mind in knowing that our website provides the best information available on a particular type of product they are interested in. We want to arm them with everything they need to know so that they are very confident moving forward in the buying process.”
After 6 months of planning, MiceZone is finally open to the public. There is no fee to access MiceZone product reviews. The site is supported by ad revenue and affiliate sales. Bannett is hopeful about early traffic to http://MiceZone.com. “We hope our visitors will see just how useful this website is and keep coming back again and again.” There will be support in place to assist new visitors with all of their computer mouse related questions.
Olivia Bannett is the senior editor of MiceZone.com, a New York-based product review website specializing in reviews of all varieties of computer mice. Whether you are looking for a wired mouse, a wireless mouse, a gaming mouse or a simple mouse for your laptop, MiceZone hope to educate you thoroughly so that you are able to get the best mouse to meet your needs.