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Old 08-29-2012, 09:56 AM   #35
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I always read from both ends of the review spectrum, to try to get the full range of opinions and see who I think I agree with, but I would say that having a high volume of reviews is generally reassuring, even if the score is mediocre.

However good you actually are, getting seen is the real problem in a flooded market like this. Gaming the review system might be one dishonest way to get that done, and seems to have worked for Locke.
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