More extortion claims. Sigh.
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The company has launched a new crackdown on Craigslist solicitations of Yelp Elite members.
A new study says good Yelp reviews help a restaurant's nightly bookings, but this contradicts an earlier study that suggests only a small percentage of people pay attention to online reviews.
According to a new study, only a small percentage of people are really influenced by online reviews in dining decisions.
Yelp review excerpts will now be a feature of Bing searches.
The new service just launched today, following last year's merger, with Zagat–formatted restaurant reviews and Google muscle.
The company's IPO is going swimmingly, but will they ever actually turn a profit?
The citizen-review site just revealed what they think they're worth: $840 million.
Nojo can't figure out why out of seventeen positive reviews of their ice cream, Yelp highlights the one negative review.
• Yelp says they can put the extortion claims behind them now, because a federal judge has thrown out the class-action suit against them, for good. However there still may be another one brewing in Texas. [SF Biz Times, Earlier]...
Customers no longer default to chain restaurants when they can just call up Yelp on their phones.
The man who helped kill a deal to get bought by Google is sounding a little sore.
We, for one, think it's a good thing.
"Yelp has become a breeding ground for crackpot neighbors and, for some reason, I totally let them fool me sometimes."
"I refuse to do business with a site as hateful and damaging to small business such as yours. Your user base is a power-tripping hyper-critical horde with little to no knowledge of cuisine or the restaurant industry. Never email me...
"These Brussels sprout chips they got five stars on Yelp! I'd like order everything that gets five stars on Yelp! Have you heard of this Yelp?" An over-loud, older gentlemen, overheard on a recent evening in Marlowe, explaining...
A Yelper, fond of the word 'epic,' takes on the epic task of covering every restaurant in town.
The latest in pay-to-play claims against Yelp come from Texas.
At this point CEO Jeremy Stoppelman thinks the company's going to get its best valuation from the public market.
The case against the company needs more evidence, but the judge left the door open for an amended complaint to be filed.