Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Ratings Make Films Worth Watching And Books Compulsory Reading

Ratings are those things in life that make books that much more compulsory to read, films far more worthwhile watching, restaurants worth eating at and so much more. Word of mouth is perhaps the most powerful tool when it comes to advertising anything and everything – somehow it is human nature to not miss out on that fantastic experience, and once word is out that something is brilliant, everyone seems to want to jump on the proverbial bandwagon and join the fray.

Ratings will always differentiate the brilliant from the mediocre – that is why restaurants or hotels are graded with ratings. You might be a five-star kind of person and only have a three-star budget. Something in-between like a four star will point you in the right direction.

If everyone is raving about a certain restaurant and everyone says that you simply HAVE to try out the new hot spots, see the latest movie or read that brilliant book, you don’t want to be the only person who has not seen the movie or read the book. Ratings are those things in life that will grade something from hero to zero.

Human nature is simply all about following the leader – perhaps you are a follower or you could even be the leader of the pack. But if you are a leader and want to show everyone how impressive you are by following the latest trends and the latest happenings in town, then this is the best way to get those fresh ideas by reading up reviews and ratings on the best places to visit, the finest places to drink coffee, eat cake and to gossip, and remember that the latest and best are only a little click away.

Ratings are those things in life that grade something one our of ten – so if something is a ten then it is brilliant but sadly if something only gets a one then that means it is pretty dismal. Ratings make the world complete.

Get your view out there with a Yowzit ratings system.

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