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Sky-Productions says

Just started an exclusive account and someone already gave me 4 stars! I was hoping for strait A’s this time around.

Is there a way I can see which file has the 4 stars before it has 3 ratings? I can’t tell which file it is unless it has a minimum of 3 ratings. I guess I’m just a “B” student but I want to try and fix it!

I had someone give me 1 star on my non-exclusive account. “1” star…why did they buy it then if they hated it so much. I mean it should be the customer’s fault if they didn’t download the preview, and test it out. Also before giving me 1 star how about writing me and telling me what the problem is. I’m sure I can fix most things.

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TortoiseTree says

Sorry to hear that man. I recently had my “clean sheets” soiled (hoping all football fans on AJ get that reference) and it was so annoying because I was really happy thinking,”wow I’ve been here nearly a year and a half with perfect 5 star rating!”. But oh well, nothing lasts forever right?

To be honest, as long as you have nothing beneath a four I don’t think customers will get too deterred from buying from your account!

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MikeSea says

+1

Got a 3 star rating today and really would like to know which track it is.

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Mihai_Sorohan says

I got a request to make a file once, made it, uploaded it here on AJ, the guy who asked me to make it bought it, and then BAM! a 3 or 4 stars rating.
I ask him if he likes the file, he says is fine, I ask him if the file fit his project or need some customizing, he says “no. it’s perfect”, then I ask “why did you rate it so low then?”.
His answer was something like “I never give the maximum rating”. Go figure.

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ZtarrZound says

I got a request to make a file once, made it, uploaded it here on AJ, the guy who asked me to make it bought it, and then BAM! a 3 or 4 stars rating.
I ask him if he likes the file, he says is fine, I ask him if the file fit his project or need some customizing, he says “no. it’s perfect”, then I ask “why did you rate it so low then?”.
His answer was something like “I never give the maximum rating”. Go figure.
That’s ridiculous….
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lucafrancini Envato team says

That is why rating on AJ doesn’t make any sense, even if 5 shining stars look pretty cool under a song thumbnail or on profile page, I admit it :P But a customer can download a 320 kbps full lenght mp3 preview that no one force him to buy.

Ratings here it’s not even matter of quality, because a dirty 3 piano notes piece could be super perfect for someone looking for something like that. So I’m asking: Is there the possibility to kill this rating from AJ only? :D

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boomopera says

kill kill kill, kill them all :)

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Joonique_Sound says

I think a better option would be giving “likes” like on facebook.. more “like” the better, but no “likes” wouldn’t affect negatively.

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Mihai_Sorohan says

I think a better option would be giving “likes” like on facebook.. more “like” the better, but no “likes” wouldn’t affect negatively.
Best idea so far.
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MikeSea says

I think a better option would be giving “likes” like on facebook.. more “like” the better, but no “likes” wouldn’t affect negatively.

+1

remember when youtube had star ratings? That was a lifetime ago.

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