BUYER BEWARE: there are many fake water ionizer buyers guides and consumer reports.
These “Buyers Guides” are being used by companies to promote their own brands and models at shoppers expense. They distribute a cornucopia of marketing hype and spin in addition to plain old lies. You would not know them if you saw them, and you may have already been exposed to and read them yourself. They are influencing your purchase decision and since they have constructed themselves to appear as an unbiased 3rd party which “approves” or has “rated” or has “awarded” a brand or model to be the “top pick” or “best choice” or “ionizer of the year” you will never know.
Most insidiously, the common theme among them is misinformation which teaches the new and naive shopper that the only way to obtain a “quality water ionizer” is to pay top dollar for a higher number of plates, a greater number of watts, or the use of scare tactics like “titanium poisoning” which is pretty much impossible, because like gold, titanium and platinum do not corrode. These “consumer reports” also label all lower priced units as inferior, convincing you that you must pay high prices for “higher quality” and “peace of mind”.
Here’s a true “Buyers Guide” to the ins and outs of the water ionizer industry.
Fact 1: Fake Buyers Guides are predominantly being distributed in the Advertisement sections of search engine results pages, they entice your clicks with “Free Buyers Guide” etc.
Fact 2: Never trust an advertisement as you would trust a 3rd party unbiased source. The entity financing that advertisement is only doing so to further their own agenda.
AN ADVERTISEMENT IS NEVER AN UNBIASED SOURCE
No matter which search engine your prefer to use, a typical search engine query returns results in a similar format, notice the websites listed in the paid for “Ads” sections:
Another search engine query showing more fake water ionizer review sites:
The common theme amoung these fake review sites is that they will give you a free “Buyers Guide” in exchange for your email and phone number. Why do they want you email and phone number? So they can market to you, if you give them the correct information you can expect to receive phone calls and emails from them, all promoting their own brands and models. Some of them will also allow you to download the information without filling out any form.
Another fake water ionizer review site:
The two “review” websites waterionizerexpert and alkalinewaterionizerreviews are actually owned by none other than the infamous life water ionizers/earthtrade water company. If you scroll to the bottom of those two websites you will find this statement:
The same or similar video about mesh plates is on both websites:
The same woman is in another video on another website:
The “water ionizer buyers guide” distributed on waterionizerexpert and alkalinewaterionizerreviews is actually made and owned by life water ionizers/ earthtrade water. No wonder it highlights life water ionizer machines to be the best while downplaying all others. In addition it is filled with lies and marketing spin to get you to purchase the more expensive units costing a minimum $2000.00 or more noting them as “top picks” or “the best in the industry” or “the ones with the highest level of quality”. It focuses heavily on convincing you to purchase a higher number of plates, with a higher amount of wattage, at the higher prices, and it also assures you that mesh plates are the best you can get. This is a common theme, more plates, more watts etc. MORE OF YOUR MONEY!!!! MORE IS ALWAYS BETTER!!! Water ionizers with 5 plates or 3 plates are worthless, even though they have been in existence for over 30 years, they just will not deliver the health benefits you are looking for. You need to pay top dollar to get that, here purchase this 9 or 11 plate water ionizer with 700 watts of power, wait, let me tell you… more lies… etc. etc. etc.
The author of the above fake water ionizer buyers guide is actually the same person who writes the blog post on the company website of the water ionizers promoted in the buyers guide, what a coincidence:
Here is another series of Fake water ionizer buyers guide brought to you by Ionizer Research:
These fake water ionizer consumer reports guides are distributed on ionizerresearch:
This website and the buyers guides which it distributes is owned by tyentusa:
The review guide proudly references waterionizer dot com and alkalinewater dot com as the creators of the guide. It is quite a surprise then, to find out that both of those websites are owned by tyentusa!
NEVER TRUST AN ADVERTISEMENT WHEN LOOKING FOR UNBIASED 3RD PARTY REVIEWS
Never trust an advertisement when looking for unbiased or non-manipulated sources of information. Advertisements and paid for and thus financed by someone with an agenda. The truth of the matter is as follows:
- THERE ARE NO WATER IONIZER AWARDS
- THERE IS NO WATER IONIZER OF THE YEAR
- THERE IS NO ORGANIZATION WHICH RATES OR REVIEWS WATER IONIZERS TO DETERMINE IF ONE IS BETTER THAN ANOTHER
If you do not want to be manipulated into purchasing a product which may be inferior to others, do not trust any “water ionizer buyers guide”. Water ionizer buyers guides are simply marketing materials created by water ionizer companies to make you THINK that there products are better or have received some “award”. Buyers guides in themselves are materials used to push a certain viewpoint or product. Thus you should digest them with a grain of salt. Who after all created the buyers guide? What message do they seek the get across?