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IRONY from Brewdog, who if they get a bad review turn it into a teeshirt for staff to wear.
Asked if he would respond to a bad review from an identifiable client, White said he certainly would.
From making the most of the best review from the most authoritative source to knowing what to do if the review process goes awry, this outlines the entire process of media promotion in the course of explaining the difference between a good and bad review, how they can be effectively utilized, and what to avoid.
AN angry hotel owner banned a customer who posted a bad review of a "soggy" beef burger.
Sally had wanted to make it on her own with her original designs, but resorted to the stealing after the bad review which killed her confidence.
We understand that having a bad review on the very first page of search results is similar to having a bad news on the front page of a newspaper.
Seventy percent of potential customers check reviews first before they even consider making a purchase and a recent survey stated that one bad review can cost a business 30 new customers on average.
In My Dining Hell, he describes the eateries which have raised his hackles over the years - because what he's learned from the 700-plus writeups of his career is that everyone loves a bad review of a restaurant.
AN interesting news story this week was that of the Broadway Hotel in Blackpool who fined two guests PS100 for leaving a bad review on the Trip Advisor website.
When they queried the charge, they were said to have been told it was incurred under a "no bad review policy" included in the terms and conditions.
For every bad review left on any website, the group organiser will be charged a maximum [pounds sterling]100 per review.