Getting started with your first review

What kind of places can I review on Adoctor? 

While many people think that Adoctor is only for reviewing Doctors, we have many categories that users can check – almost anything you have a local experience or interaction with (although there are guidelines and restrictions). And if we’re missing anything, you can add it to our directory.

What should I include in my review?

The best reviews are passionate and personal. They offer a rich narrative, a wealth of detail, and a helpful tip or two for other consumers. 

Think about your recent experience at a business – could you put details in there that would help future consumers like you?  

  • Try detailing your favorite (or least favorite) doctor office.
  • Talk about an experience that will keep you coming back (or staying away) for years to come.
  • Highlight an employee who went the extra mile to make your experience memorable.
  • Include tips about the best time to arrive, where to park, or where the best Doctor. 
  • Describe why you’ll be using this service (Doctor, hospital, clinic, etc.) again for your next project. 

What should I leave out of my review? 

It would help to keep your review accurate and reflective of a genuine, personal experience. For example, personal opinions (“this doctor is the best”) are good, but we disapprove of speculation or exaggeration. 

More details about what to leave out of your review are in Adoctor’s Content Guidelines

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