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Do I just have to wait for someone to come along and clink the "injustice" flag or is there a better way to give my review a new lease on life?
2: It was one of the ones on Flowers for Algernon but I don't know how to make an individual review come up.
Thanks for the help.
Is there a way to post a link to the particular review if this happens again?
Hope this helps,
(Now I'll have to figure out what all those other doodads at the bottom do ...)
The fist with a thumb up is if you like a review. Sort of a thanks button if you're familiar with those.
The flag link is for either a red flag if it's spam like promoting a diet fad drug or something not related to the book in question. A blue flag is for a review that's not a review. Like in case someone puts in dewey numbers.
Having said that though, pretty much anything is allowed in the review field. You can link to your website although it's in good taste to link directly to a review on your website instead of just the front page. We have a video store currently linking to their inventory. A couple of libraries also point to their online card catalog. etc. It's a very big gray area.
Hope this helps,
I've never heard of a thanks button, but I think the thumbs-up is a bit stronger than what that implies to me; more like a "This was a really good/useful/entertaining/informative/helpful/well-written/etc (pick whichever apply) review" statement than the basic social courtesy that a "Thanks" would suggest.
And just to illustrate that people have different views of what the thumbs-up is for -- none of which is right or wrong, just different -- I only use it for truly outstanding reviews, not just ones that are okay. Others use it for anything that's vaguely coherent. This divergence in views is actually probably a good thing, since it helps to sort the completely incoherent from the readable-but-unexceptional as well as the exceptional from the unexceptional.