Wedding vendor reviews are important for three reasons: First, it's the best way in the world to thank a good vendor. Second, it's a good way to show your dissatisfaction in a manner that will legitimately impact their business and help other couples, making decisions about whom to hire. Third, it's the best source of reliable, real client testimonials about the services various wedding vendors provide.
For brides and grooms researching vendors – reviews provide unique insight. They also introduce you to former clients whom you might want to contact directly for more detailed information, if you're considering whether to hire a particular vendor.
Good vendors worry about what the reviews will say, but bad vendors don't register their company on 'wedsites' that will destroy them. Some vendors even put a 'may not review' clause in their contracts so that clients cannot express dissatisfaction in a public forum: This is a big red flag, and you should walk away from any vendor whose contract prohibits you from reviewing their services in any manner.
Mikolo has seriously considered to be a reliable site for reviews by most clients. I prefer it to some of the others because as a vendor, they've been responsive when I've had problems. If you plan hundreds of weddings like, you will surely get good, bad, and crazy reviews over the years. While you cannot do anything about a negative review from a legitimate client, www.mikolo.co.ug sorts out the crazies. For example, once youe get a hateful rating from a bride you couldn't accommodate because you were already booked on her wedding date. She was not my client, and she may have been upset that she could not hire you – but not unhappy with my services. You may dispute it and administrators will surely take down his/her rating.
You may agonize over my less-than-perfect scores from clients, until one of your clients tells you she wouldn't have believed your company was real if it had been nothing but hundreds of flattering comments – interesting perspective.
Find the format you prefer when you're planning your wedding and then go back and post your reviews there after your big day.
If you're going to post a negative review, let yourself cool off before writing something that could get you into legal trouble. You can express your opinion thoughtfully without defaming a vendor.
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