reviewzat.com the first Arabic speaking video product and service reviews website launched in Egypt
reviewzat.com today announced the start of its product and service reviews website on www.reviewzat.com as a source for consumers to obtain necessary product information and make educated purchase decisions.
The company announced that the new website service provides unbiased analysis of different products and services in simple language and with straight to the point guidance and information. It is interesting to note, that this is the first Arabic Speaking Product and Services Reviews website that provides reviews, not only in text format and side-by-side comparison tables, but also through interesting and very high quality professional short videos.
Reviewzat.com also provides useful step-by-step buying guides to inform customers about what to look for and how to select the right product or service based on their needs.
“This is a first of its kind service”, said Karim Akram, General Manager of Orion 360 the owning company of the reviewzat.com, “and we are here to make people make better and easier purchasing decisions. Our first launch stage includes technology products, but we plan to roll out into a multitude of new sectors and branches. We are just getting started.”
On top of the services listed above, reviewzat.com will also provide lists of retailers and service providers, so consumers will know where to shop. Reviewzat.com said that it pledged to maintain impartial by not accepting any gifts from any of the reviewed companies, and by living up to their promise of “helping you make the most informed purchasing decision.”
Karim told AC that “ Our business model evolves over the different phases. Reviewzat.com is owned by Orion360 Business Services company and we have so far allocated about $150,000 investment to fund it.
Phase I funded by Orion360: Focus on development and growth, Phase II: funded via Sponsorship, ads and additional Orion360 funds
Adding new categories and markets with focus on getting category/market sponsorship and advertising. Phase III: Expanding beyond online and establishing a TV and a radio program. Syndicating content.”