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2007-09-18 21:10:47 I may not be a wiki moderator, but I know that negative comments should not be deleted, even if you don't like them. If I deleted negative comments I'd be working on the Rite Aid page, believe me :) At any rate, it's not fun seeing negative comments, but if they exist, so be it. We ask you not to delete negative comments, even if you don't like them. —AlexanderHo
2008-04-25 23:05:13 There are some techniques you can use to improve the Diana's Nails page. For instance you could add some more information about your accreditation and licensing. Link to an article like this that talks about the regulatory control your salon is under. Upload some photos of your better work and maybe the store.
Or go another direction and create a page with information that Nail Salon customers need to know and include a link to http://www.barbercosmo.ca.gov/. Either of these routes will be more productive than deleting comments. —JasonAller
2008-06-24 10:06:44 Uh, Han... you can't just remove negative reviews like that. It's not only obvious, it makes you look like you're trying to cover stuff up. You might want to read the causal, informal guide to the wiki for business owners. —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards
2008-06-24 22:22:36 What do you mean by odd? —JasonAller
2008-08-03 17:19:09 Posting fake reviews about your own place to make it look good is NOT a good way to make people like you. —BradBenedict