The only way to help addicts is to treat them not as bad people but as sick people
Hats off to Sergio Garcia as he plays a one-handed shot out of a tree! Play on, player.
The first and only time I have ever seen a commercial for Jersey Mike’s, they are promoting a day where 100% of sales are donated to charity. That speaks volumes.
I don’t play very many games, but I was recently introduced to one that I have found myself enjoying a bit. Well, I was enjoying until I saw this message pop up.
I am all for offering incentives to people to drive them to do something such as write a review, but offering rewards to someone in exchange for a 5-star review? Um, no! This comes off as a desperate attempt to gain traction for a crappy product - which I don’t believe to be the case here.
I often don’t think to review games or apps in general. And I don’t mind it when I get a prompt asking me to do so. After all, if I enjoy it, I feel I should let people know that I do. But there is a big difference between reminding/asking for a review (reward or not) and offering a prize or reward of any kind only in exchange for a 5-star or any other specific review.
Bad move player, because now, I “don’t like it”
If you have a good product, or better yet a 5-star worthy product, you shouldn’t have to pull this kind of maneuver. Focus on your product, not buying your reviews.