Riders love Uberpool. It’s cheap, (mostly) reliable, and quite efficient. When one isn’t pressed for time, one can enjoy the comfort of a regular Uber trip at a budget-friendly price. It’s not too hard to imagine why people prefer it as their go-to option.
Many drivers want it gone.
Let’s do the Uber math for a second. Obviously, your driver rating influences many things: how well riders think of your service and how above (or below) the cut you are for the program. Anecdotally/speculatively, it may factor into several other items, such as pickup prioritization and incentives. So the big question is this: How many good ratings do you need?
And how many bad ones can you afford to take?
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You want a high Uber rating as an driver? Great! So does everyone. But people have always wondered what goes behind that 5.0, and it can be summed up in two words: be professional.
I’ve mentioned before that Tommie Kelly’s 40 Servants are a viable way of aiding your SEO efforts. Today, I’ll go over three ways of utilizing their services in boosting your website’s position. These are not the only ways you can call on their aid: consider these as seeds for your own ideas. There are, after all, a million ways to make breakfast these days, so why limit yourself?
(Note: I assume that you are conversant with the 40 Servants system and are familiar with their abilities. If not, now is a good time to get started. Also, don’t pirate, folks. It’s not fair to Tommie, yeah?)
I’m writing a bit for work, and writing a bit for myself. This is about the latter.
When you write a story, you have to handle characters. And while making them outrageously over-the-top is always an option (see vangels), sometimes you have to ground them in a little reality. Or a lot, depending on how you take things.
It’s midway through the first month of 2017, and I’d like to introduce you to St. Michael the Archangel. If you’re starting out as a magician, he’s one of the best possible allies that you can get in aiding your work. No, really, he is.
So let’s get started on burning things up, shall we?
This isn’t a review of the movie “Saving Sally” in the 2016 Metro Manila Film Fest. There are a lot of those already online, most of them praising the movie’s cheeriness and animation. And to be honest, it is a movie worth watching.
But it’s also a movie that reminds us that it’s the little lies we tell ourselves that end up burying us, even if we use them to make our world a saner place. Spoilers ahead.
As I write this, the sound of karaoke wafts through the windows like an unwanted solicitation. It’s Christmas Day, and a long weekend besides – people have every intention to drink and sing themselves into a stupor before the next week rolls around. To be honest, I didn’t think I’d be sitting here, writing about mortality and the realizations it brings. But I am.
The storm is coming.
When you listen to Gordon White’s latest talk with Austin Coppock about what we can expect in 2017, one thing becomes very clear: a butt-load of uncertainty is filling the air. Plus a lot of fire. And a couple of eclipses, retrogrades, and whatnot.
So what’s a person to do? Well, you can build a boat.