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language barrier in the workplace
Just recently I have finished an order related to YouTube from a buyer whose language I am not familiar with. Usually, I give my buyers a lot of perks with the service purchased, but in this case, I asked the buyer if he or she has any particular comments in mind, that he or she might want, my sets of users to input but NO RESPONSE.
In this case, I have no options but to let my users view the full video each time, so that they know what this video is about, cause once they’re clear of it, it is much more convenient for them to provide genuine comments related to the video, instead of the comments that may look the bot comments.
A little description of the video, it was of less than 2 minutes', actually it's just the audio, no pictures, no animations, nothing, but the sound of instruments playing in the background. Believe it or not , in such case it is really difficult to comment on the basis of just sound, cause not all may have the knowledge of music.
Some of my viewers asked about the instruments being played in the comments and most of the responses made were in some native language and I think my viewers, they’re not aware of the language used that's why they didn't respond to the replies made on the comment, I think it’s either Japanese or Korean.
On top of the that, he bought multiple services from other buyers as well, So when too many buyers are working on 1 video, is it really difficult to give a correct number, what you've promised.
But nevertheless, it turned out to be pretty good at the end,the buyer gave me a positive rating for my work, although I wasn’t expecting any.
For me, positive ratings and recommendations means more than$.