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  1. This addon changes the reviews page to list the reviews grouped by manufacturers. This will only work with versions 2.3.4 and above. A screenshot is included.
  2. Google customer reviews and seller ratings used to be just for Certified Stores. Now they are being rolled out to all Google merchants. This addon presents customers with an opt-in form on checkout_success. Google follows up after delivery to ask for a review of the transaction. Once you have collected enough reviews, you can show a badge with your seller rating. Most of the addon is in a header_tags module suitable for use in several osCommerce versions. This supports the opt-in and showing the seller rating badge as an overlay. You can choose on which pages the badge is displayed. A content module for osc 2.3.4BS in other positions on the page is also provided. The addon is also provided in a branch of Edge on github: https://github.com/BrockleyJohn/Responsive-osCommerce/tree/google_customer_reviews Download link to follow
  3. Allows for better, more detailed reviews than stock osCommerce. Suitable for osCommerce 2.34BS Edge. Customers rate your products on whatever criteria you choose (included is Ease of use, Value for money and Quality – these can be changed). There are also fields for Best Feature, Worst Feature and a text box for a review description. Customers can choose a nickname to display on the review. Other customers can up or downvote reviews according to how helpful they are (one vote per IP for each review). On product pages reviews are displayed in the order of highest stars/highest number of upvotes. Reviews need to be approved by admin before going live. Reviews can be edited by admin if necessary. http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/9493
  4. Hi all, I dont want to be wiseacre disappear but have found a lot of problem with reviews system in oscommerce. So i try to mention personal opinion about it. My critics are the folllowing.. For review need prehistory of products. Probably the reviewer has product experriencies and can say something about it. osCommerce shop follows orders? No. osCommerce use the login force to make review which is a very bad behaviour with a press button. There would be better inform reviews after login as neither force login write reviews. Could customer found easy the reviews system to take a review? Hm.. Which customers write review? Basicly nobody unless somebody ask them. Do you remember to write a review yourself after 3 weeks of order? Could customers manage the self reviews in account? No. Are there any contribution for reviews? Yes but I dont find effective solution for it. I am not the supporter to write reviews as admin. I dont like to implement outside ajax applications to give out my shop commercial data. What would be better? First of all oscommerce has another problem. When I tried to rewrite of reviews system just realised that attributes system are not followed in reviews.. When I listed the ordered products by customers the attributes take a limit of options. How could customers reviews reflected to attributes? This main conflict founded between attributes and stocks too. V3 can handle this conflict with parent-child connections but we are producing in v2 at this moment. The best way would be to prevent option's conflict when connect attributes to reviewed product. How could we integrate the previous listed requirements? As @@burt mentioned in oscommerce appears to be totaly outdated topic I have to aggree with him. Previously I take a reflection about his post but I re-evaluated my opinion now. I have started to work out an alpha review module system for oscommerce. under test mode - ask pseudo review form in email after specified order status and date limit - cron management - alternative html reviews page for emails on http server - display statistical page from emails under construction for v2.3.4 - implement review modules in customer account focused on ordered products - implement review box for product_info page with microformats - change login logic to inform customers about reviews - enable reviews vote for visitors Known other conflicts: order language is not figured out in the core. To see in my github repo Estimated full reviews modul will be work out for v2.4 system If you have any question or remark it is free to write here.
  5. I was looking to upgrade the way my customer reviews looked on my site and found the site powerreviews.com. Problem is that it's a tad bit pricey and kind of unfair that they get only their reviews on the search engine (at least I can't figure out how they do it). Pretty much what I want to ask is there any addon I can use where when I search for the product on Google it will show up with stars under it. By that I mean if a set of customers reviewed one of my items and it got 4.5 stars it would show the same on Google. EXAMPLE: When you Google one of the products that Staples sells (they use power reviews) you will see stars below their listings. http://www.google.com/search?q=Nestle%C2%AE+Pure+Life%E2%84%A2+Bottled+Purified+Water%2C+24%2FCase&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a
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