These categories are split into groups, the group name has no inset. You should look for a category that broadly describes your business, then find the inset category that is best fit.
Your business will be shown under its category on the home page.
If you find that there are no very suitable categories, fill in an approximate category, and email us with the category name you would consider appropriate.
Most people will probably have come to our site as a CUSTOMER, but you may have heard by reading the article on the ECONOMIST INTELLIGENCE UNIT website, or from THE GOOD WEB GUIDE. If you have heard by other means, we'd be pleased to know how.
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In future you can log in to the Supplier Control Panel to adjust these settings.
you sell products and want your customers to rate the products separately from your service, answer 'yes'
If you have a small number of customers and want to monitor new feedback, tick here. If you have a large number of customers, you probably do not want this.
Most suppliers will want this, unless you have very large numbers of customers and monitor feedback daily.
This is the address that you choose if you specify that you want feedbacks forwarded to you. It is also the address that any user who clicks on our 'email' tab will use.
This is the address that we shall use to inform you of our charges, and to send you any other business communication unrelated to specific feedback.
This is for a logo that we can display on our website. The image should have a maximum size of about 200 * 100 pixels
This is the link that visitors to our site will follow to get to yours. The main link would usually be 'http:///www.examplesupplier.com' or similar, but suppliers would probably want users looking at a particular subcategory to be taken directly to the relevant page. This varies from website to website, and must be set up by your site developer. Our example file shows forwarding links for a site using OSCommerce.
If you wish to divide up your feedback by area, salesman, product, or by any other means, you can do so by specifying different 'Divisions'. For instance you can have divisions 'North' 'South' 'East' 'West' within which you may have towns
Only relatively large businesses will wish to do this. To learn more please read the page in the supplier FAQ.
If your business sells valuable items, such as cars or houses, you may wish to have more than one prompted feedback from your customer. You may, for instance, want feedback every three months. In this case, you specify the elapsed days as a list in this slot. E.g. 92, 183, 274, 365 would result in four requests for feedback, at approximately three month intervals.
Allowable items in the list are numbers (being numbers of days) or nn months e.g 30, 3 months, 6 months, 18 months, 30 months
You can decide whether your customer may leave further feedback after his first feedback. This would usually default to 'Y' but you may prohibit it, perhaps if you sell a low value item.
Your top customers who repeatedly purchase goods from your website (e.g. daily or weekly) may not appreciate being asked for feedback every time they buy. To reduce the number of requests sent to them, you can set a ‘minimum interval’ between feedback requests, e.g. if set to 31, the customer will not be sent a feedback request within 31 days of the last. There is one exception to this rule – when a customer leaves negative feedback. In this case, the setting is ignored for the next purchase resulting in the customer always receiving a request for feedback irrespective of whether the purchase was within the minimum interval or not. When the customer next gives positive feedback, the minimum interval will become active once more, determining how often future feedback requests are received.