I am seeing so many reviews here. 1 month review, 1 week review etc. Many people just say "I give a thumbs up", "they are great" "they are terrible","don't go with company X", etc. If you call something a review, you should give a complete breakdown of FACTS clearly proving why you are giving thumbs up or why you are calling it terrible. Just saying it is good doesn't help. I would definitely like to see more if you are reviewing any company. Give a breakup and show they are good/bad. This way new people will be able to judge better. Also please state your level of experience. If reviewers don't know anything other than cpanel and WHM, then we will know how deep the review is (I am not saying people who know only the control panels are bad but people who want more will be able to judge better if you state your level of experience). I am happy that everyone is sharing their experience here but a little more information will do more good and will help us decide better.
I definitely agree but you can always continue the thread and ask for some personal details, or even send a PM to the thread starter with a few more questions.
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Yes, you can definitely post in the thread asking for details. But I don't know how many people will be taking it properly. So when you call it a review, it is better they give all the necessary information. Otherwise I wouldn't call it a review. I would just state Company X is good in the title. Just see the one week update on Layeredtech.com. Atleast write something like that instead of saying Company x is good/bad.
Last edited by geeks4help; 06-01-2004 at 04:33 PM.
Originally posted by p Whatever you do, stay intelligible in your review. Don't go off on needless rantings and ravings. List the facts of what happened, and your recommendation for readers of your post.