Hey buyers! I thought I would take the time to give you a quick suggestion. When you leave your feedback on a gig, it’s best to provide as much details as you can about your experience.
As sellers, we appreciate your positive (thumbs up) feedback, even if its just a quick “Great job! Thanks!”, but we also love a more detailed review as well.
Think about these questions while writing your review:
What did the seller do that I liked?
How was their customer service skills?
Did they reach my expectations?
What tasks did the seller do for my project?
By writing a detailed review, you’re not only helping potential buyers make a decision to buy, but you’re also helping the seller to know his or her strengths and weaknesses.
These particular reviews really hurt sellers, not just their rating but their feelings as well. There's nothing worst than dropping below a 100% rating. Before giving a seller a negative (thumbs down) feedback, try contacting them first and express your concern. Give the seller the opportunity to revise your order.
Also, keep these questions in mind:
Did the seller actually do what his gig description says?
Am I unhappy because its not what I thought it was or am I unhappy because I didnt get the results I wanted?
Was the seller at fault or was I at fault for the final outcome?
Sometimes sellers get negative feedback even though they delivered EXACTLY what was advertised. If they were friendly & prompt, shouldn't they still get a thumbs up along with your concerns.