@Sonja K wrote:
Petra K wrote:
Personally, and for myself only, by my own standards, anything other than a really perfectly happy client and 5 stars is "poor feedback."
I can only speak for myself, but I aim to provide the kind of service that clients are not just "satisfied" with, but really enthusiastic about the whole experience.
If they are not, something I did, or didn't do, fell short of my own standards.
I think anything below an 8 for recommended will hit your score.
I don't care too much about the stars. I've survived a 1 after arbitration and got a 3 about a year ago after a nightmare client. Didn't hurt my ability to get gigs so whatevs. Used the perk with my last dispute.
Just got enough contracts to do the feedback removal thing again, so now I don't have to worry about this stuff. A lot of people around here seem oblivious, but I know when someone is all meh about my work. I usually try to squirm my way out of bad feedback and it works usually.
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