docj Posted August 18, 2016 Report Share Posted August 18, 2016 Well I'm not sure what a modest amount is because this didn't satisfy the computer: I think you were probably a few characters less than the minimum that the system requires. But I seriously doubt that your language skills would have been challenged by having to add a couple of extra words. But putting that aside for a moment, can you see that the text you entered doesn't really provide any useful information to a reader who isn't familiar with the park? The fact that you say you like it is great, but how will someone else be able to evaluate if the attributes that are important to you are shared by them? Sure, they can go back and read your earlier reviews, but what we have found is that people greatly prefer seeing a few words in each review that provide this sort of information: "this park has a great dog run and the store has a nice selection of items." Obviously, I made this up and it probably doesn't even apply to this park, but we've found that users really like to see comments like that which help them to build an image of what the park is like. Most other review sites don't screen for much more than profanity, etc. RVPR tries to go a bit further to ensure that reviews are helpful to others. We recognize that not every user agrees with this philosophy but many do and complain to the admins about reviews that they feel doesn't have sufficient content. There's no way we can please everyone. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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