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Old June 17th, 2019, 04:47 AM
Definitely a good idea going forward.

I'm more likely to purchase a product with good review or two, over one that has no reviews but eight maximum star ratings.

The reviews would ideally say what was liked and well done, and what could be improved (both for a redo/fix/touch-up of the current product, when time permits) and for future products coming down the line.

Later products are then as good as they can be, and more likely to be useful (and bought by) the masses.
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