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Do multiple gig ratings affect an overall score?


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I get that each gig seems to be separate in rating from your other gigs, but is there an overall score of all the gigs combined? So far I’m doing really well with just my one gig, but I’d like to add 2 more, but I’m worried those ones will be slightly harder and possibly drag down my score, which might turn people off from my one biggest gig.

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Your overall score is under your name. Mine is 96%. That’s based on all gigs.

Then your individual gigs have a score based on reviews.
Example:

Flyer Gig
3 Reviews 5.0 Stars

Brand Name Gig
1099 Reviews 4.6 Stars

Email Gig
136 Reviews 4.9 Stars.

So don’t be afraid to start a new gig. If your first 3-5 reviews are positive, that’s a great sign that it’s a good gig. If your first review is negative, that’s a problem. What you can do to avoid negative reviews is tell buyers that if they don’t like your work, they can click “resolution center” and start the refund process.

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Your overall score is under your name. Mine is 96%. That’s based on all gigs.

Then your individual gigs have a score based on reviews.

Example:

Flyer Gig

3 Reviews 5.0 Stars

Brand Name Gig

1099 Reviews 4.6 Stars

Email Gig

136 Reviews 4.9 Stars.

So don’t be afraid to start a new gig. If your first 3-5 reviews are positive, that’s a great sign that it’s a good gig. If your first review is negative, that’s a problem. What you can do to avoid negative reviews is tell buyers that if they don’t like your work, they can click “resolution center” and start the refund process.

Does this rule still apply? Also, what happens if let’s say, you have a gig with a bad rating and this is affecting your overall, then you delete that gig, what happens then with those old ratings? Do they go away and your overall is no longer affected by that gig’s ratings?

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Does this rule still apply? Also, what happens if let’s say, you have a gig with a bad rating and this is affecting your overall, then you delete that gig, what happens then with those old ratings? Do they go away and your overall is no longer affected by that gig’s ratings?

what happens if let’s say, you have a gig with a bad rating and this is affecting your overall, then you delete that gig, what happens then with those old ratings?

The ratings from the deleted gig will still show on your profile and still affect the profile’s average rating.

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Does this rule still apply? Also, what happens if let’s say, you have a gig with a bad rating and this is affecting your overall, then you delete that gig, what happens then with those old ratings? Do they go away and your overall is no longer affected by that gig’s ratings?

Yes, the rule still applies. Create a gig, see if the first 3 to 5 reviews are positive. If so, continue the gig. I you’re getting too many negative reviews, and being asked to refund orders, consider deleting the gig.

That was my experience when I created a gig about brand names for musicians and DJ’s. For some reason, they hated my work. I did some soul-searching and realized the following:

  1. I don’t really like music. I listen to music in the car and when I exercise, but it’s not my main focus in life or even a passion or a hobby.

  2. I don’t go to concerts, clubs, and my knowledge of music is very limited. A friend of mine will stream the Ultra Music Festival on his computer. I don’t have the patience for that.

That is why I’m not going to target musicians. If they hire me to create Facebook ads or other stuff, that’s fine, but I won’t be naming their bands.

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