As both someone whose business is online and who love, love, loves to shop online, reviews are a big deal to me. Yes, I'm one of those people standing in a store and checking reviews on Amazon before I buy something. Reviews are critical in today's commerce world.
As you have read (over and over) Nose Butter® (and all the breed labeled products) use the same recipe, the breed labels are just for fun. Of course, some dog breeds are more unusual than others and some are beloved by almost everybody. So, some of the breed labels have more reviews than others; like French Bulldogs, Pugs, Boxers and Bulldogs have a lot more reviews than Affenpinschers, Xoloitzcuintli and Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers. As that kid who was inevitably picked last for every sports team, I refuse to say a dog breed is more popular than another. That's just wrong.
After much pondering and tweaking of code, we came up with a great system.
In order to share the reviews that ya'll have so generously left for Nose Butter® we have the reviews for the Just A Nose label connected to some of the more unusual breeds. That way you get to read reviews on every page of Nose Butter without have to go 2 or 3 clicks deep.
Why is this even something to discuss? And why did you even read this far, you may be asking yourself. Ir was a big deal to us because as soon as we finished this new system there was a brouhaha on Amazon about vendors using reviews from unrelated products to look good. We did not want anyone to think we were padding the reviews. The reviews are ALL Nose Butter reviews that have been shared on new or more unusual breeds or on reconfigured listing pages.
If you have any questions, please contact us and we'll go into even more mind-numbing detail.
PS - That is Ska∂i, our ¾ Leonberger ¼ Great Pyrenees girl flashing her mischievous smile in the picture above.
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