Coming from a person that actually spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours working on product promotions, market research, entertainment bios and customer reviews, I understand just how much people are trying to use their reviews as a platform for selling their products. Though, before we can tackle how to determine which printer reviews are trustworthy and which are simply attempting to take advantage of your newly found interest, we must first explore how to locate these little gems.
When you receive catalogues from any kind of electronics / office depot, you will be able to find reviews listed throughout. The main issue with these reviews is that they have been handpicked and, more often than not, written by the company themselves in order to cause a sense of interest in purchasing their product. So, based on common sense, of which, if you have found this article, you actually do have, then you have more than likely not placed too much stock into these reviews.
The place where you can find reviews that you can trust is actually online! This may seem to be quite a bold statement, in saying that you can trust what you read online, but, if you know what you are looking for within these reviews, you will actually find many of the reviews posted online are, in fact, posted by genuine people trying to save consumers from the headaches that they experienced after purchasing something that yielded less than expected. In order to locate printer reviews, all you must do is log into your favorite search engine, with no particular emphasis on which search engine to use, and simply type "printer reviews" into the search bar.
Once you have the reviews listed in front of you, all you need to see is if these reviews have the following pieces of information: product features, personal experience, and personal opinion. These three things are important to have within each and every one of the printer reviews!
Think about it! Salesmen will never post their personal experience with the product, due simply to the fact that they have never actually used the product. If they mention something that is completely contrary to how the product handles, then anyone that reads their printer reviews that has any real experience, will quickly notice their falsified information and expose them, causing their reputation is go down hill. Southward reputations for salesman equals lower commission rates, which also equal lower sales... meaning, they will never even attempt to write their own personal experience within their reviews.
All of the information listed here has been written out for the express interest of those who intend to avoid falsified printer reviews. The author of this article has had many years experience researching the markets, and fully recommends http://www.printer-guide.com