When shopping online, many of us rely on reviews to help make our buying decisions. The question is, how can we know which reviews are real and which are fake? This online tool can help you sift through all the bogus reviews and bring forward the true ones.
Say you're doing a little online shopping and run across a product that looks amazing. Before you buy, though, you want to make sure it's a good-quality product that works as advertised. The big question is "How?" You'll want to look at the product reviews online. But be careful. Not all of these reviews are real.
Screening potential employees or business partners is easy to do yourself if you know where to start. You could pay a service to do background checks but with so much information available at your fingertips for free, why not start there? We've got 5 free sites you can use to do just that.
Online reviews are a blessing and a curse. When they’re glowing, a single review can boost business and improve morale. A bad review can be hurtful and drive away customers. Since many reviews are anonymous, the web is full of unfiltered vitriol, and people are getting savvy that you cannot trust negative reviews. But be careful, some businesses are fighting back by filing lawsuits.
If you've ever felt burned enough to leave a negative review on a business page, a popular form of a lawsuit might make you think twice before posting online. Here's what you need to know about SLAPP suits, and how some companies are using them to suppress speech they're not fond of.
If you are looking to improve your brand's online presence or just find the software that will fit your needs, then this free site can help you do just that. Capterra compiles user reviews and detailed lists of products and services so you don't have to do all the research. It could be a real game-changer for your small business.
Fake reviews on Amazon have been a plague for years. Sadly, the problem seems to be getting worse. A recent study shows an unbelievable amount of reviews are actually fake, especially with tech products. Read this article and we'll tell you about the disturbing study and how to spot fake reviews.