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Member Name: drew_greenday
Helpful Advice for New Members
Date: 27/07/02, updated on 06/08/02 (40 review reads)
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I know, I know, it's a very rubbish name for an opinion but the others seemed to be corny so i thought i'd make a corny one.
Now, on to the subject that I am ment to be writing about, Dooyoo.
How did I find it?;
Well, while i was with my school mates, everyone was on about making money at a site called dooyoo.co.uk. I had the internet, but all i used it for was biking web-sites and using msn instant messenger. I had nothing else to do that night so i went, joined up and here i am. While i have been reading several opinions, you can clearly see the people that are here to make money and the people who are here who want to make friends and help people.
The difference in opinions;
People who want to make friends: If you want to read a personal opinion about the product, nothing copied, then click on the users name, and you can usually tell straight away what they are like. If they have a lot of opinions, and all have huge readings and are VU, they are the ones to read.
People who want to make money: These can be copied from other web-sites and if you read through all of the opinions, one will be really good, either gramattically or just gives out a lot of information, and most of them will be really small, no spell check, and there will be a lot of opinions wrote in one day. These opinions will be of poor quality and will not give out a lot of information.
How to write about item's:
Firstly, find a opinion that you like and that you know a lot about. You need to know a lot about the item, because knowing little will show and your ratings will drop. Don't write a opinion just to be there and to make money. Start it off nicely, talking about the background of the item that you have had use of, then work your way into giving off information about the item. There is a minimal amount of words that must be produced, but if you want a good opinion exceed the amount by a lot, but be careful not to
rabbit on. The good opinions go over one thousand words.
On your first opinion you write, you will be bothered about what people say and think. The people who read the opinions will usually read and rate and if your lucky, comment. Rating and commenting is the main two ways to recieve feedback. Rating, there are four rates that your opinion can be rated; Very usefull, Usefull, Somewhat usefull, not usefull. Dooyoo will count up the ratings for the opinions and will give out the main rating, this will be displayed next to the opinion title. If you have a comment on your opinion, the amount of comments will be displayed next to the opinion title. This is the main type of feedback without using e-mail. The more experienced dooyooers will give their personal opinion and some pointers to make the opinion better. Upon reading the comments, you can "Update" your opinion.
BRB, goin on holiday
Sorry about that, going away on holiday bored me out so i wrote a opinion. In reply to the ratings, is it actually a "Usefull" opinion or did you just write that because i went on holiday? (Comment).
Upon recieving your feedback, you can do a number of things;
1: Ignore it, not listening to other peoples advice and carry on your own way, weather it is good or bad.
2: Listen to what other people have got to say, then either comment on your own opinion in reply to a comment, e-mail the commenter to get a direct approach or amend the problem thet people have spotted, or all three!!
As you can see, the two ways to analise the feedback are different, completely different. I don't think i really need to tell you which ones are better. Ok then for you "less able" dooyooers, thwe second option is the better one.