Mark Kolon
Does anyone advertise with Yelp and how does it work for them?
Joseph Lancaster
I haven't advertised on Yelp but there are ways to better engage users on Yelp as a business owner:
Matt Spiwak
For the record I am affiliated with This I believe is the answer for businesses and consumers to work together in the world of online reviews. This new online review website called This website helps businesses get reviews from paying customers only and enables them to manage their online reputation. No more reviews from non-paying customers, competitors or anonymous people. This is how it works. The business creates RateDollar vouchers in any denomination they like. Then the business simply hands there customers a RateDollar voucher after a sale or purchase. This RateDollar voucher gives the customer 7 days to leave a review before it expires. Once the customer leaves a review they get rewarded with the RateDollars that is listed on the voucher. Customers then can redeem RateDollars in the form of a VISA/Mastercard gift card they can use anywhere but ATM's. Also consumers can get rewarded 20 RateDollars for referring a business that's signs up to RateDiary. We all know that the negative emotion is what drives dissatisfied consumers to go home and write a bad review. Till now there has never been a way to get the satisfied customers to leave a review. Now businesses can reward there customers for taking the time to leave a review. Also the mobile app for Android and iphone should be out in a few weeks. Check it out!!!

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