February 11, 2016 in Hearing Aids
by – Hearing Aids.
Searching for genuine consumer-generated hearing aid reviews online can be frustrating. Just try Googling “hearing aid reviews” sometime – if you haven’t already. You’ll find a number of hearing aid “buying guides,” from the likes of AARP, Mayo Clinic, Consumer Affairs, and more. While we highly recommend familiarizing yourself with a reputable buying guide before purchasing hearing aids, we’re also disappointed with Google’s poor delivery. Where are the hearing aid reviews?
Before moving on to a thorough discussion of Hearing Tracker’s consumer reviews, we’d like to take a moment to further inspect Google’s top 10 results for “hearing aid reviews” (collected in January, 2016). The way we see it, the lack of relevant results is only part of the problem; only a handful of these links lead to independent, unbiased resources.