Why Small Businesses Hate Yelp


Posted on September 10th, by Mike Ramsey in Comic. 9 comments

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9 Responses to “Why Small Businesses Hate Yelp”

  1. Matt Green says:

    Amazing job fellas. Hopefully someone at Yelp takes notice.

  2. I love it guys! Very creative…and gets the point across very loud and clear.

    Travis Van Slooten

  3. Phil Rozek says:

    This is genius. Don’t know whether to laugh or cry like that poor waiter dude…

    If you were going for the gen-u-ine Yelp experience, the review would have to say “Well, I didn’t actually order any FOOD, but…”

    Thanks for making my day a little more bittersweet.

  4. Stephen says:

    I love this! Thank you for helping me through the nightmare known as Yelp reviews. The best part is that these cowards won’t even respond to their support email address, it clearly states on there that they “read” every review but don’t expect a response, because you won’t get one.

  5. Shaun says:

    Outstanding work, gets the point across brilliantly.

  6. Allen says:

    I like Amazon’s format of showing polar opposite reviews. Often times I see a positive reviewer completely bash a negative one telling them they are too cheap or expecting too much from a $2 iphone charger. This can take away the heat of a business being the bad guy during these exchanges. But it could be people have more fun reviewing products than establishments, is it time for Emily Post to update us on leaving reviews?

  7. Randy Cpu says:

    Nifty Marketing has saved the world as we know it, from the “Bieber-sucking experience of online reviews. I’m going to Yelp right now and write a 5 star review of Nifty Marketing but wait, …1.2.3.sec It’s filtered, lost cause, despair, etc. It didn’t even stay up for a “fortnight”…:)

  8. Rhonda Lee says:

    Lame.
    If you don’t know how to use Yelp to your advantage, you deserve to go out of business.

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