Product Information/Business Proposal

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Details

I would like to put together a product information guide/business proposal for my Nurux gel for HVC  and Home shopping Network( HSN)
The product falls under Skin Care Products (Creams, Lotions, Powders, and Sprays)

website is www.nuru-guru.com
Please include Logo
Focus on Two product Nurux Platinum and Nurux Standard
https://www.nuru-guru.com/latest-news/which-gel-is-best-for-a-classic-massage
Helpful link for ingredients
http://cosmeticsinfo.org/products.php?category_id=12


Here is a link to the FAQ which includes ingredients and what the gel is and the varieties..
https://www.nuru-guru.com/latest-news/category/nuru-massage-questions

Please include website information and links in the product information packet

Introductory paragraph
The first part of the product review template is the introduction. The objective of the introduction is to make sure the reader understands the kind of problem the product or service intends to solve and its usefulness. The details belong to another part of the review, but generally the introduction is where the author grabs the readers’ interest to entice them into reading further. It can generate interest by being, legitimate and informing the reader about what to expect. This is the most important part of the review because if you cannot generate interest early, the reader may simply skip to another review or different product altogether.

states the problem to be solved, and introduces the product as a possible solution
provides a one sentence summary

Provide no details
Captures the reader’s interest and give him a clue about the article’s contents

Main body
The next part of the product review template is the body, or the meat of the entire review. This is where the details come in. This part of the product review template is where the author has the chance to detail the product and the exact method by which it works. This is also where the author evaluates the product. It becomes more than a simple list of details and facts that are related to the product. Rather,  it is a value judgment of whether or not it is worth the money and how effective it is at its job compared to other options available in its price bracket. Generally, positive opinions or judgments should come up before the negatives. This part will generally be more effective the more interested the reader is after the introduction.


    describe what the product does and how it works.
    while showing your appreciation or disapproval of the features and process, the underlying intent is to describe “what it promises.”
    go into detail about what you like, and what you dislike (likes should precede the dislikes)

Conclusion

This is where the author informs the reader or the potential customer whether the product is a worthy purchase. This part of the product review template is where the article needs to make a stand about the quality of the product. The reader has gotten to the end of the article and they’ve slogged through the reasons and everything else that is important. This is the conclusion or payoff. Without a proper conclusion the reader might not actually be able to conclude whether or not the article is endorsing the product or warning the consumer away.

Tell someone with certainty: is this worth the money? Don’t waffle; the reader has made it this far through your article because he wants to know if this product is worth his money. At heart: if this was your money, would you buy this product? Tell the reader so, and explain why.
Questions to answer

    What does the product promise?
    How well does it achieve those goals?
    Is it a good value? for whom?