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- Provide useful, constructive feedback.
- Talk about a range of elements, including customer service.
- Be detailed, specific, and honest.
- Leave out links and personal information.
- Keep it civil and friendly.
- Feel free to update your review if needed.
- Check you’ve got the right domain name or company.
What do you write in a good review?
Tips for writing great reviews Writing great reviews will increase the likelihood that your review will get published, and helps others discover the places that are just right for them. Here are a few tips:
Be informative and insightful: Be specific and relevant to the place that you’re reviewing, and describe what other visitors are likely to experience. Highlight what makes the place special, and try to share something unique and new. Be authentic: Review your own experience, and explain what the place was like and describe the service that you received. Try to be as accurate as possible, and include both the positive and negative aspects of your visit. Be respectful: Business owners often use feedback to improve their offerings. Even if you’re frustrated, make sure that your criticism is constructive. Additionally, please avoid profanity. Write with style: Check your spelling and grammar, and avoid excessive capitalisation and punctuation. In general, a paragraph is a great length for a review. Avoid personal and professional information: Don’t include the phone numbers or URLs of other businesses in your reviews. Additionally, don’t write reviews for places where you’re currently or were formerly an employee. Avoid general commentary: Certain locations may become the subject of larger public debate or conversation due to recent news coverage or current events. While we respect and value your opinion, Local Reviews aren’t meant for social or political commentary. Forums, like blogs or social networks, are much more appropriate for those types of conversations. Please write about your firsthand experience with the place and not general commentary on the place in relation to recent news.
Make sure that you’ve also read our, : Tips for writing great reviews
What is a review in simple words?
What is a basic definition of review ? – A review is judgement or discussion of the quality of something. Review also means to go over a subject again as part of study or to look at something another time. Review has many other senses as both a noun and a verb.
- Real-life examples : You can find reviews of almost anything online, such as movies, books, vacation spots, and schools. Websites like Amazon, Google Maps, and Rotten Tomatoes offer reviews of things. Most companies will even boast about good reviews that they get.
- Used in a sentence : I want to see the new movie because I heard it got good reviews.
Review is used in this sense as a verb to mean to write or otherwise create (like a video) a review of something.
Used in a sentence : Cho began her career by reviewing television shows for her YouTube channel.
Review is also used to mean to go over a subject again to master it or to remember the material better. Your school teachers likely reviewed previous lessons with your class more than once before a test. When studying a new language, you will review words and grammar rules many times to help commit them to memory.
- Real-life examples : One of the main reasons teachers assign homework is so students will review the topics they learned that day. College students will often review an entire semester’s worth of notes the night before an important exam.
- Used in a sentence : Diego reviewed the geometry chapters with his tutor to understand the math better.
Review is used in this sense as a noun to refer to an exercise or session that involves reviewing subject matter.
Used in a sentence : Prof. Lopez led the review of the properties of the noble gases.
As a verb, review can also mean to read, view, or look at something again.
- Real-life examples : Someone putting together furniture will likely review the directions many times before they’re done. A chef will review a recipe that they are trying for the first time to make sure they don’t make a mistake. A writer will review their work for errors or grammar mistakes before giving it to an editor.
- Used in a sentence : Lola reviewed her letter to Santa Claus to make sure she included everything she wanted.
How do you end a positive review?
‘ Thanks so much for sharing your experience with us.’ ‘Thank you so much for taking the time to leave us feedback.’ ‘Is there anything we can do to improve?’ ‘We hope to see you again soon!’
How would you describe the perfect company?
Points to remember before you answer this interview question: –
- Imagine that you are right now seated in front of the HR manager.
- Kindly answer this question as best you can.
Harshitha said: 1 month ago According to me. My ideal company is to work at a good company and give my best to the company. (2) Khushjeet kaur said: 4 months ago An ideal company is one which provides the best to their employees which the other companies cannot provide them.
And even the company should encourage them then we can give a better output.An ideal job is a job which gives self-satisfaction to the core as it is our dream job. And it is a job where I should work from my heart. Location means a peaceful environment where we can have better fun along with work. And having a good team around.
And where we can find all the above discussed. This is what I think sir. Thank you. (21) Shakthi shetty said: 7 months ago According to me:.*Ideal company is one which provides the employee’s a healthy and supportive environment. And built employee’s Carrier.*ideal job in which I can get job satisfaction.
- My ideal location is Banglore.
- 43) Harshal pathade said: 8 months ago According to me, the ideal company is where we will work freely with our team members and the environment is also related to learning something new from the organisation.
- The organisation is also active in take some activities for their employees so this very unique thing.
(16) Sanam Singh said: 9 months ago My ideal company is SBI. Good job, respected people. Good Working environment. (10) Pooja bhutada said: 9 months ago Well according to me, the ideal company is the company which provide a healthy and motivated environment for their employees with good satisfaction and give the best opportunities to enhance their career.
- The ideal job is the job where the employee gets more benefits and opportunities to prove themselves and I would prefer job location Bangalore because recently I got married but whenever company need I would like to do short-term travel too.
- 29) Abdulfaruq Choudhari said: 9 months ago My ideal company is Infosys @ Mysore Campus.
As this is world class green campus. I love to work here as software test engineer. (10)
- Sweety said: 10 months ago
- My ideal company is IBM, at Pune as a developer.
Anusha said: 11 months ago This is my ideal company. Good work culture, friendly people, good job satisfaction etc. Also, it takes only 40 minutes to travel from my home to the company. So that, I can stay in a home with my family which gives me more happiness to me than money.
- 12) Ramandeep kaur said: 1 year ago In my opinion, My ideal company will be that place where I will get a lot of experiences and skills where I will enrich my knowledge.The company will provide me a good and friendly environment and help me to get success in my life.
- That company will be as important to me as my family.
What is an example of a positive review on an employee?
🤝 Collaboration – The ability to collaborate effectively across teams and with differing personalities is worth its weight in gold. When you see it, help it shine! 1. “I can tell how hard you’ve worked to be more collaborative during meetings. Yesterday, although you disagreed with David’s idea, you asked some good questions first.
Your critiques are more powerful than they used to be. You’ve come a long way, and the team is better for it.” 2. “Your ability to work across teams and departments is a strength not everyone has. I’m impressed with the way you’re working to dismantle silos. For example, when you drew the marketing team into our conversations, it sharpened our ideas and helped us meet goals faster.
Keep up the good work.”