How do you find your scores for your reports?

I see s lot of people talking about the ratings of their reports. I am signed up with multiple MSP's and would be very interested to know what my value is to them. I'm sure I have room for improvement.

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@chicks1225 wrote:

I see s lot of people talking about the ratings of their reports. I am signed up with multiple MSP's and would be very interested to know what my value is to them. I'm sure I have room for improvement.

This varies. If you tell us names of MSCs, we can tell you where your scores are found. Some MSC's will notify you by e-mail. Others post this information in your shop log. Some have a link for feedback. Please give us just a little more information. Thanks! smiling smiley

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I don't care about my scores unless they start paying me more $$ for higher scores. I don't even bother or have time to look for them. However, feedback that I can use to improve my future reports have value to me. Wouldn't it be nice for editors to tell shoppers what was wrong with their reports so the reports would get progressively better and also easier to edit? BTW, the simplest and best way to bring up a low score is to do many more shops with high scores to increase your average score. It's hard for me to believe that some shoppers assign so much importance to grades.
I currently contract with many, but mostly do assignments with with gfk, bestmark, marketforce, advanced feedback. Those are the ones I can think of off the top of my head
@AZwolfman wrote:

I don't care about my scores unless they start paying me more $$ for higher scores. I don't even bother or have time to look for them. However, feedback that I can use to improve my future reports have value to me. Wouldn't it be nice for editors to tell shoppers what was wrong with their reports so the reports would get progressively better and also easier to edit? BTW, the simplest and best way to bring up a low score is to do many more shops with high scores to increase your average score. It's hard for me to believe that some shoppers assign so much importance to grades.

It's not that I'm focusing my energy on it. I always get paid and only had one rejected because I made a typo on an online inquiry and the client wasn't able to call me back. This is really just sheer curiosity
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