My Advice For Businesses Frustrated by their Presence on Yelp!

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Yelp filtersIn this latest expert round up, my advice for businesses about beating Yelp's filters is included alongside great tips from 110 other experts.

The post was just published by Minuca Elena on NEXT LEVEL WEB  - ARTICLES ACTUALLY WORTH READING.

You can find it here: TO BEAT YELP’S FILTER & GET MORE POSITIVE REVIEWS: 111+ INDUSTRY EXPERTS WEIGH IN

if you’re reading this article, you’ve probably experienced the difficulties of getting your best clients to follow through and write you a review. Getting those reviews to remain unfiltered by Yelp often proves difficult on its own. This can be a point of frustration for businesses.

Learn who Yelp gives preference to as well as how Yelp has fared in court against businesses who have filed lawsuit against them. 
Randy Mitchelson expert roundupThere are some smart technology tricks Yep uses to detect bogus reviews.

Bonus points to those of you who can pick me out of this collage of experts who are cited in the article.

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Randy Mitchelson, APR
Vice President, Sales & Marketing
iPartnerMedia, Inc. - #goipm

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