Isn't it fair for bloggers to obtain their current rating/score in IndiPR?

Anunoy Samanta
Anunoy Samanta
from Bardhaman
3 years ago

As per current scenario a blogger can only participate in Indione/IndiPR campaigns and submit his output whenever selected. A "completed" status is shown in his Indione dashboard after he submits his assignment. But there's no system to know whether the publisher is keeping up to the expectation of his clients. Unless one knows whether he's heading to the right direction the drive ought to taste purposeless or insecure at some point. So, personally I would request IB team to reconsider making the rating/score visible to respective bloggers so that they get to know what they're delivering.

I'll wait to see what my blogger friends think about the same...

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Anunoy Samanta
Anunoy Samanta
from Bardhaman
3 years ago

No one else is bothered?  [Oops]

anupam joseph
anupam joseph
from Lucknow
3 years ago

Even I feel the same. I wrote for a topic but without feedback I still wonder if the post was up to the mark or not. I wish IB does something about this. It would be certainly very helpful.

Anunoy Samanta
from Bardhaman
3 years ago

Let's hope that our voice is reaching Renie... [Fingers crossed]

I tried half heartedly. God knows if i submitted any assignment.
Anunoy Samanta
from Bardhaman
3 years ago

Can't you recapitulate whether you submitted any Indione post till date?

[Really?]

Well, it would be very helpful to have some feedback on our posts, or, at least, a rating. In one of my IndiOne/IndiPR posts, the concerned organization visited my blog and thanked me for delivering the post in a nice manner, they also answered to a query from one of my readers. I think, even that much appreciation would be salutary from every organization..... Smile

Anunoy Samanta
from Bardhaman
3 years ago

Every organization won't be sweet enough to connect to you right? That's why making the overall rating visible to bloggers would help, just like how sellers in e-commerce portals get to see their stand... What do you say?

Shrinidhi Hande
Shrinidhi Hande
from Chennai
3 years ago

I think it is reasonable good faith placed in bloggers and Indiblogger that there is no moderation process. Of course when it comes to payment brand will raise a concern if quality or guidelines are not met.

Anunoy Samanta
from Bardhaman
3 years ago

Hmm... our topic here is slightly different.

Sonali Patil
Sonali Patil
from Bangalore
3 years ago

Even I feel bloggers should get to know how the post they submitted faired.

Anunoy Samanta
from Bardhaman
3 years ago

Yes... Let's hope that our voice is reaching Renie... [Smile]


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