So after this bad experience I had with some members on Audiosciencereview.com in the thread about the Starke Sound AD4.320 amplifier, I decided to make some changes to our website markings of preview articles NOT to silence the vile critics on that thread, but to improve the user experience for everyone, especially newcomers to the website.\n\nFirst let me start by defining the difference between each of these two article types:\n\nPreview - is an overview article usually based on gathered data from manufacturers or other 3rd party sources. It's a teaser article to showcase a new product that we may or may NOT do a formal review of. These are usually one page and don't have a scorecard.\nReview - this is a formal "on hands" editorial evaluation of the product in question. These are usually multi-page, can have measurements, listening tests, and a scorecard.\n\nNote: Neither article types are ever sponsored or paid for by manufacturers. We have a separate article category for that called "Sponsored Articles" and those are ALWAYS clearly marked per FTC Article16 CFR Part 255.\n\nHere is an example of a sponsored article and how we mark it top and bottom of the page: https:\/\/www.audioholics.com\/editorials\/b-w-car-speakers\n\nIdentifying Preview and Review Articles Going Forward\nWe have implemented tags on the homepage and sectional pages to identify reviews and previews as you can see in the screenshot below.\n\n\n\nWe also put a disclaimer as a footer at the end of any preview article to ensure readers know these are previews, NOT formal reviews as you can see below.\n\n\n\nI tried to change the breadcrumb trail that has "review" in them but it would greatly impact SEO if we do that. So please recognize a preview article will be in the same folder as a review article and thus the breadcrumb trail will have "review" in both cases.\n\nI also tried to have separate tabs for reviews\/preview articles but Google didn't like that and people rarely toggled between the two and thus had a more difficult time finding content which increased our bounce rate as a result. Believe me when I tell you, we've been struggling with this issue for years and I'm at least happy to note none of our readers ever really complained about it.\n\nThe other thing we have in place is a two split-column layout on the sectional pages with previews on the right and reviews on the left. It's been this way for quite some time now but I just wanted to point it out as you can see below:\n\n\n\nI hope this makes content type more clear for everyone, especially newcomers and we always welcome constructive feedback to improve the site layout and structure. Thanks.