There is virtually no difference. Now if your talking review not product there is no feature in the Photopost Product that shows all a users comments and likewise same in Reviewpost
Comments are one thing, reviews are another. In Photo
shop, the photos make up the backbone of the section, while in Review
post, the reviews are what people look for. Anyone can throw a product up in Reviewpost, but the reviews themselves are the critical facet of ANY reviewpost section.
Users are simply not posting as many reviews because they easily get lost in the shuffle. They want people to READ their reviews, just like artists want people to view their gallery in photoshop (which is easy to do).
When we unleashed photopost to the community, everyone submitted personal photos and artwork. It was a hit, because members used it as a way to store and present their images, while easily linking other members to their gallery. When we presented Reviewpost, however, it was met with a lackluster response, which was odd considering they were familiar with photopost AND that we run a review site.
That same week, a member asked if there was a way for others to see his reviews. I told him that I would look into it, and when I discovered that there wasn't a way and informed him, he stopped posting reviews.
I understand that photopost is your bread winner and that you try to develop/upgrade your products in samples, but Reviewpost is lacking in some areas that should have been addressed. You guys are giving the corvette (photopost) a brand new paint job while your mustang (reviewpost) still needs a tune-up. I had anticipated more support for reviewpost than what I'm seeing.