“Any thoughts on adding an actual review form?“
In my first review (“about Amy”), I added questions on topics that were important to me, for example:
1. RED FLAGS: SAFETY AND COMFORT
Assess whether there is a favourable sense of security of:
- neighbourhood environment:
- security of one’s valuables in room while engaged:
- air conditioned?
2. RED FLAGS: CLEANLINESS AND HEALTH
- provider appears clean and healthy:
- facilities at meeting place appear clean and sanitized:
My responses to these issues were graded 1~10, then weighed to contribute to an overall score, which, in my opinion, is more informative than a mere “Yes/No” answer. (I would have posted my review in a tabular format, but SA’s review format does not accept data from spreadsheets.)
I do intend to continue posting such in-depth reviews, to the extent allowed by SA’s new-and-improved review template. That said, I am open to suggestions how to improve my reviews. Feedback is the breakfast of champions.
“Having mandatory fields would really help us hobbiests and take this site to the next level. Something like The Erotic Review. Very thorough.”
I understand that some (or most?) may not be interested in taking the time to complete a comprehensive review of their experience in the Flower garden. But even those who wouldn’t bother to write a review will benefit from having a growing body of reliable (even though highly subjective) data, with which they can use in making future decisions.
I can’t think of a more delicious incentive to do one’s homework.