How To Write A Good UK & Ireland Review Reviews
Description:Other users explain what they think constitutes a good dooyoo UK & Ireland category review.
Newest Review: ... Secondly, it is important to avoid lists or duplication of other information on the venue's own website. This might apply to price lists for eating houses or hotels, lists of shops in a shopping centre, lists of rides in a theme park or a cut and paste list of opening hours and prices for a museum or other national monument. As the "true" potential customer can quite easily (and ... more
Customer How To Write A Good UK & Ireland Review Reviews (6)
by - written on 19/09/08
Yes Loans I today thought I was applying for a loan with Yes Loans - they gave me a figure of £5,500 at a monthly repayment of £127.98. I did not feel happy with this figure so I questioned the operator, he could not give me a definite answer. He was keen to have my card details to pay the fee of £49.50 - which I thought was really odd. I have had many loans but never had to pay an upfront fee! Thought I would check this out through the internet and found your site. Glad I have now - as I will definitely not have a loan with these people. Companies like these pray on vulunerable people who have had bad experiences - should not be allowed to operate.
by - written on 28/01/07, updated on 28/01/07 (Very useful, 176 readings)
The UK Ireland section, together with the International Travel section have always been my favourite areas for review writing, and indeed the most useful areas for me when doing my own planning and research for trips. I became guide for the section last September, when the well-travelled Proxam stepped down, and as I was now responsible to ensure I read all reviews in my category, I found it was actually a little less busy than I anticipated which surprised me a little, given the majority of writers are living in the UK and always keen to share their opinion on products and services. So what exactly CAN you write about in UK/Ireland category. Well there is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/07/04, updated on 28/12/11 (Very useful, 122 readings)
How to write a good review in UK and IRELAND travel? Sounds easy. And it should be, if you follow a few, simple rules. First things first. 1/ We all know about dooyoo's lack of capitals. To fix this, go to * http://www.chuckleweb.co.uk/fix.php * Copy and paste your review, click the button, copy and paste the result onto dooyoo. It's SO simple and your review will look 100x better. 2/ Use a spellcheck. A few spelling and/or grammar mistakes are no big deal, but if it's hard to understand, it's never going to be a 'good' review. 3/ Use paragraphs, and use spaces between paragraphs. Again, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/02, updated on 13/04/02 (Very useful, 105 readings)
How to write a good UK/Ireland opinion what a task, the category is so diverse you could be writing about a pub, hotel, restaurant, town, city, beauty spot, museum, theatre, piece of public art or numerous other topics so where do you begin and what qualifies me to offer advice? I’m not a category guide, I don’t consider myself to be one of the great dooyoo writers and I’m certainly not a prolific opinion writer, I’ve been around for nine month and this is only my forty-third opinion. Well after marandina and jillmurphy suggested in my comment thread that they would like to read my thoughts on this topic, I thought I might as well give ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/02, updated on 10/04/02 (Very useful, 68 readings)
The UK and Ireland guide section of this site is my favourite place to add opinions to, I love to pass on my knowledge of places to go and things to do and it's something of a catrhartic exercise from time to time; you can point to the places you've loved and pass on the recommendation and you can share your experiences of places you have hated and, hopefully, keep someone else from making the same mistakes you made! What it's all about: -------------------- Well, first and foremost, this section of the site is all about places of interest and locations within the UK and Ireland (obvious from the title but there you go). This includes ... Read the complete review