reviews revisited – what do you think?

I’ve been pondering over systematically going through my reviews and do follow-ups of them. I try to write the reviews after some time of use – it is so easy to be overwhelmed by a new pen/ink, but later on I often find that I would like to add some additional opinions and/or review some of the things I wrote in the original review. I will start this revisiting quite soon, but it would be very helpful to and interesting to hear what you, who are reading my blog (thank you for visiting!), think about it. I’ve put together a little poll for this which you are very welcome to cast your vote in – just look in the upper right corner of the right sidebar. You are also most welcome to share your views in a comment to this post (or wherever you find it appropriate). Constructive feedback is always appreciated and welcome! Thank you for visiting the lady dandelion blog!

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10 Responses to reviews revisited – what do you think?

  1. Silvermink says:

    I think review followups are great. It’s really useful to get an idea of long-term impressions and how pens hold up over time.

  2. Pingback: reviews revisited I – Pilot M90 | lady dandelion

  3. dandelion says:

    Thank you for enthusiastic feedback. Nice to see that this seems to be a good idea. The first follow up will be posted soon :D

  4. Lexi0514 says:

    Yes…..more fun! Love your reviews.

  5. Chester Koza says:

    Yes, I would eagerly follow your ink reviews. You fo quality work here.

  6. Dizzy pen says:

    I think this is a great idea. Just be sure you let us know you’ve updated. Maybe even create a new post for every update. I’ve actually pondered doing the same on my blog.

    • dandelion says:

      I’ll make new posts for the revisions; I think that makes a more interesting read. Great to know that there seems to be interest for this! :)

  7. I think this is a great idea

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