Funniest thing I've read lately


posted on 13th of november, 2008

Here is something someone in my office was kind enough to give me to read today. He told me that I should read it as it is connected to what I do and it will help me improve my customer service skills.

I must admit, it surely made an impression. I laughed a lot. It is simply such a good mood generator that I could not help posting it here:

link here

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Comments (9)

Posted by Tan510jomast on January 22, 2010
ahhhh... oookay, sooooo,
are you really Spider Woman :)
Posted by Hiba04 on September 16, 2009
Heheheh =] Thanks you shared =]
Posted by Arielmartin on February 24, 2009
That was really funny! Thanks for sharing.



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Flagging insights


posted on 21st of november, 2008

Say flag and everyone will jump: where, why, when, how?
Ever since we put up the flagging system, people have used it continuously - needless to say there are some tens of thousand of flags at this point. A lot of work for us and a huge piggybank for you. Looks like you really enjoy this, plus you get rewarded if your flags get approved.

How does the Flagging system work?

You search for an image using keywords. The search will inevitably lead you to some result pages. Anything you see irrelevant for the keyword used in your search, can be flagged using the small red flag underneath each thumb. This is how most people do it. We also have flags coming from the Report function. Say you find an image, you go to the image details page to look around and you...

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Posted by Digitalfestival on September 19, 2009
There's another concern i would like to share. All these preventions are focused on the negative- prevent this or that .. but at what cost and what about proactively keeping the contributors and creative artists happy? what does one do when one not so 'meaningful contributor' starts "spamming' flags and reports images of others contributors just for the heck of it . What i mean is instead of tackling keyword spamming now we need extra manpower and resources to handle the people who have nothing better do but create a spam of flags on other contributors images, especially when their own sales are low or insignificant. whether its out of jealousy or frustration ... that's another subject i wont go into. But its quite demeaning as well gets our 'creative morale' down when we have people sifting and surfing through others images just to make a few cents ... and highlighting perfectly valid entries... something like the gold diggers of the wild west.
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Posted by Polluxg on April 29, 2009
I have a question regarding the flagging system though: when I report an image, doest it report the search I used? for example I was searching for ink pens, and found a whole set of ink pen drawings, but the pen was nowhere in the image, so I reported them, is this right?
Posted by Polluxg on April 29, 2009
I have a question regarding the flagging system though: when I report an image, doest it report the search I used? for example I was searching for ink pens, and found a whole set of ink pen drawings, but the pen was nowhere in the image, so I reported them, is this right? as most likely the description says its an ink pen drawing... but it's still irrelevant for my specific search... hope I'm not too confusing.



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