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Another hidden gem found on Fiverr. A top professional with an eye for perfection. She caught mistakes others had missed. She added the action behind every scene. This is truly an exceptional high quality book editor. * I will definitely use her again * If you only have one minutes (or don’t want to talk about the product – for various reasons) You can be somewhat vague and still give a good review: Outstanding communication, exceptional professionalism and final product is just “WOW!” # BTW, I am a repeat customer! # (The Repeat Customer is what grabs people’s attention) Top Rated Seller for a reason! He delivered exactly what he promised with a hidden surprise. I am thrilled at the final result. * Highly Recommended! * Looking forward to our next dealing. You do not have to leave a written review every single time. The mere fact you are a repeat customer speaks volume. The occasional 5 star, Outstanding Experience is okay too. If you are a new buyer or a seasoned buyer and have tips on what caught your attention to a particular seller, feel free to post. If you had a great experience with a newbie seller – tell us about it. What did he/she do that made it so and what did you do for them to return the favor. (I recommend you not post user names but keep it generic.) By the way, I would appreciate keeping this particular thread to ++ Positive ++ experience only with tips to help out new buyers. If you have a need to vent about something negative, there is a “Ranting Pot” section with hundreds of threads that buyers and sellers go to complain. ** HAPPY 2017 EVERYONE ** 31 4 7 3 eoinfinnegan Jan '17 Really great post. To a new/nearly new seller, a nicely written 5 star review is much more valuable than a tip! I still appreciate when a buyer takes the time to write something about their experience and as a buyer I know that I certainly pay more attention to gigs with specific review comments. 9 capitalquality Jan '17 As a seller I’m always highly appreciative of buyers who take the time to write down their appreciation in a review. Even some buyers that have been around for a while could benefit from this post. 8 miiila Jan '17 Nice to read a thread like this on the first day of this year. Indeed a review, especially with a more personal note than the ‘Outstanding Experience’ will be highly appreciated by your seller, and may I add that it’s beneficial for buyers too - more good reviews for good sellers mean more good sellers will stay on fiverr, plus if a seller has to choose between accepting your job or that of someone else, or if they want to pick up your job at all when they already have enough work, having left them a nice review the last time might be the factor for a yes.
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