This is something that I will never win or attempt to win.
There seems to be a lot of kudos built up around this, with the achievement having been to have met a lot of clients in one month that review. This also means meeting a lot of new clients, as when you meet the same client again, they can still review you, but it does not add to your list. They also need to be someone who has reviewed quite a lot themselves, as they get a number score.
For me and the way I work, I rarely see more than 3 clients a day and working on the fact that maybe one in every ten clients will be a reviewer, then it's a chance I may get a review every 3 days if I was seeing all new clients.
Then take into consideration that most of the clients that I see are repeat bookings and most of those clients are not likely to review again this further diminishes chances of getting a review.
For me this is a double edged sword. I am perfectly happy with the way I work. I love seeing the same clients and having regulars and wouldn't have that any other way. I am also very happy with my average of 3 bookings in a working day. I recently met 6 in one day and pretty much had the day off the next day, as I was knackered! (I actually accepted one booking the next day), so didn't really do much different to 3 in a day when you look at it that way. Anyway, my point is...
Why is it all hemmed on seeing new people and high volume? Is there not an alternative way to show that someone is good at what they do? Maybe with this new star system it could be that after they have had a certain amount of reviews if they have 99% or higher they get a different coloured star to show their consistent, long term success?
Seeing as we're making changes and all, just thought it might be a nice idea to throw that out there
There are many of us working to a very high standard that never get any recognition, because we don't play the numbers game.