I spent some time with a Poor rating in OPR – part of Niantic’s game…
Author: Sarah King
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This is an Ingress post and I’ve had over 700 AGREEMENTS since I went to Poor in OPR’s rating system. I don’t know which portals we’ve had agreements with, and which were disagreements. My % of agreements has stayed steady which implies that my reviews are just as awful as ever, I guess. You’d think when you have that many agreements that you’d be doing something right!
To help with self-review I’ve just started a spreadsheet of my reviews and the ratings I’ve given. That will let me go back and check to see if the portals have been approved – although their absence doesn’t mean they’ve been rejected, they could be still in the process or in limbo.
If you’re playing Ingress and are submitting new portals you’ll want to increase your chances…
If you play Ingress and are keen to make some progress on the Spec Ops…
Yesterday I found this new post over at Digitalpoint: Do a black and white multifunction machine really save the cost?
It has turned out, fairly predictably, to be spam but I felt like trolling so I posted a reply and let them run with it. All the brand new users who have posted in the thread are using the same IP address. What blew me away was when the inevitable link got dropped – it was to an official Fuji Xerox website.
That begs the question:
- is someone really trying to do negative SEO against Fuji Xerox?
- has someone conned Fuji Xerox into buying a Social Media Marketing package?
My next step was to alert Fuji Xerox that there might be a problem but their Customer Services Rep, Suki Chan, wasn’t interested because I wasn’t a customer of Fuji Xerox in Hong Kong. So much for international cooperation!
The lesson for the big corporates is that if someone takes the time to alert you to a problem that might affect your company’s reputation you need to take a look!
Myth or a valid Ingress method? This data relates directly to a reddit post where I…