Archer | Jul 30, 2020 | 0
Welcome to The Unbox
Hi there, I'm Sam Whittaker, the editor-in-chief of The Unbox.
That's me above...
As the editor of Mantelligence, and a contributor to our other various sites at Boureston Media I have tens of brands reaching out to me each day. As a result, I get my hands on a lot of different products and get to test out a lot of different subscriptions services. But to be honest, most of the products/services I try are... not that great. So our goal and mission here is simple:
Help our readers get the most for their money... on whatever they buy.
To do that, we create what we think is the right type of content to help you make a buying decision. The format of the content might change (ex: from a top 10, to a review, to a list of vetted-product ideas)...
...but all of our content (that right type of content) will follow three fundamental rules:
Rule #1: Thorough (you will have no questions on a product after one of our reviews)
Rule #2: Well-researched (our team spends countless hours researching and testing which products we include and cover)
Rule #3: Up-to-Date (we actively update all of our popular content to keep is current and up-to-date)
And it's these three rules help us create content with one goal in mind: to help you get the most for your money.
Now... if this is your first time to the site, here's how you can immediately get the most out of it:
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2. Check out these 5 popular buying guides and reviews
I put together this list of articles from theunbox.com and our other partner sites that cover a wide range of products and services. If you're looking for something specific, try that search function in the top-right-hand corner.
Must-Read #1: Crate Club Review
This was our first post that did well on theunbox.com. It was written by our survival expert (and general bad-a55), Graham Spence.
Must-Read #2: Top 10 Best Subscription Boxes For Women To Join
This is an amazing review, on a cool service. Now, yes, I might be biased because I wrote it... but the service Watch Gang provides is really cool. Can you imagine getting a Rolex one month?
Must-Read #4: 140 Best Bedroom Furniture Ideas
Written by, Aya Bradley, the editor of our site The Golden, this idea roundup will show you the absolute best furniture out there. Like usual, it is broken down into different section to help you find exactly what you're looking for (ex: cheap bedroom furniture, minimalist bedroom furniture, etc.).
Must-Read #5: 50 Best Gaming Accessories - Cool gear for all gamers
Written by another one of our editors... this time Archer Barlow, the editor of our site Gamertelligence. This roundup is Archer's handpicked personal favorites. Do you need these to game? No, but Archer says they make it a lot easier / better.
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The world is an incredible, beautiful place... don't forget to enjoy it.