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Yelp Explained By ClickDaddy

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In order to be a successful business in the Age of Information, you must keep up with a techno-centric market. Ninety percent of today’s consumers use the Internet to find and research businesses …

In order to be a successful business in the Age of Information, you must keep up with a techno-centric market. Ninety percent of today’s consumers use the Internet to find and research businesses before they proceed with a purchase – and you might be amazed at what the average web surfer can dig up on your business with just a few keystrokes. Do you know what people see when they search for YOUR business? If not, then you need to stop for a moment to consider your online reputation.

Just as businesses are becoming increasingly aware of their need to focus their marketing efforts on the world-wide web, they are also beginning to recognize a need for cultivating and protecting their online reputations. As this awareness increases, and as consumers grow more and more savvy when it comes to learning as much as they can about where they choose to spend their money, an industry is springing up to meet the needs of business owners who want to stay on top. Reputation management companies are your answer to the overseeing of your online business persona.

If you are not currently proactively managing your business’ online reputation, then you need to start – and as soon as possible. If you don’t have the time, energy, or know-how to manage your online reputation effectively, then you need to consider hiring a reputation management company. Fortunately for you, there is a lot of information available to you to help you make that all-important decision, and this is the perfect place to start.


Yelp is a new kind of social networking site, centered on customer reviews of local businesses. Anyone can post a review on Yelp, and anyone searching the web can use Yelp to find and evaluate local businesses.

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  • 1. Yelp Explained
  • 2. Guide to understanding Yelp: What is Yelp? Yelp is a new kind of social networking site, centered on customer reviews of local businesses. Anyone can post a review on Yelp, and anyone searching the web can use Yelp to find and evaluate local businesses.
  • 3. Guide to understanding Yelp: How does Yelp work? You register your business listing with Yelp, and then you invite your customers to share their reviews via the Yelp online community. When potential customers want to find businesses of your type in your area, they type their search terms into the search engine, and Yelp returns their options—your business being one of them.
  • 4. Guide to understanding Yelp: What determines your business’ Yelp search engine ranking? Your business listing is ranked on Yelp search returns in accordance with several factors pertaining to its number of reviews and customer scores (from one to five stars). on Yelp, to increase awareness of your business listing and improve you Yelp search engine ranking.
  • 5. Guide to understanding Yelp: Can a review be removed? No, you cannot remove a review from Yelp. However, you may request that Yelp evaluate the review to see that it fits within their content guidelines. Just remember that every business gets bad reviews occasionally, and that it is how you respond to those reviews that matters the most.
  • 6. Guide to understanding Yelp: What is included in a Yelp business listing? In addition to seeing your customer reviews and ranking (in terms of one to five stars), people who visit your Yelp listing will be able to learn much more about your business, including hours of operation, business website address, physical location (or mailing address, if you prefer), and telephone number. Yelp also allows you to upload photos of your business to improve the visitor experience.
  • 7. Guide to understanding Yelp: Does it cost to use Yelp? No, it won’t cost you anything to register your business with Yelp, and to have your customers post reviews. If you opt to advertise your business using Yelp advertising, you will have to pay a fee.
  • 8. Online reputation management is a complex process, but it is also tantamount to your business success. To make the most of your online reputation, you may want to enlist the help of qualified and competent professionals like us, A1 Reputation Management. We can be reached by phone, at 888-675-6995, or on the web: www.ClickDaddy.biz

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