Every small business has heard of the power of Yelp. It continues to be one of the major online customer review sites. What does its influence really translate into in terms of dollars and cents? If Yelp is so important, what can you...Show More Summary
“I’m going to give this place a very bad review on Yelp,” says one of the Swedish tourists lured into the Hotel Cortez. But desk clerk Iris (Kathy Bates) persuades them to stay. “Trust me, this place’ll grow on you.” There’s something enticing about the hotel, and about American Horror Story, despite their shortcomings. Show More Summary
Sometimes people use the Internet to be mean. Shocking, we know. Especially shocking to Julia Cordray, who created an app nicknamed "Yelp for people," for users to rate their fellow humans, and then appeared surprised when actual people were less than enthused about it. Now she's saying it was...
Consumers have long stopped responding to in-your-face marketing. In this day and age, recommendationsfrom friends and trusted peers, social media word-of-mouth, and online reviews from sites such as Yelp or Angie’s List are factors that hold maximum sway over their buying decisions. People want fast, efficient help and/or information when [...]
An upcoming app called Peeple will allegedly allow users to rate everyone they know -- sort of like a Yelp for reviewing human beings. Its founders say they want to "spread love and positivity." That claim has "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver wondering if they've ever been on the Internet. Show More Summary
Yelp for humans? Yes, that exists now We learned this week about an app called Peeple, where users can review other humans in the same way we review restaurants and hotels online. See also: Peeple is not the worst app idea ever Needless...Show More Summary
If you posted a negative social media review about a hotel last year, you may have helped push U.S. hotels owners to invest a record $6.4 billion to upgrade and beautify their properties.Complaints – and compliments – on Yelp, Twitter, TripAdvisor and other online review sites motivated hotel owners...
Peeple CEO Julia Cordray had already started a storm on social media with the announcement of the Peeple app which will allow people to leave reviews of each other in public, in a similar way as Yelp does for businesses. The storm got much worse when it turned out that Peeple was having trouble moderating... Show More Summary
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The new Peeple app is being hailed as the “Yelp for people.” This new app is making many furious because it allows you to rate and review people as if they’re businesses or restaurants. It’s also making the developers of a smart camera app by the same name not too happy. Show More Summary
http://player.ooyala.com/iframe.js#pbid=71fea79861d14fce867bc2d59a66edd8&ec=p5NW93dzoVaG-ub_FALjmXTxeyY7So-r Peeple CEO Defends App That Allows Reviews Of People This sounds like “Don’t Date Him Girl” all over again… According to Fox 4 Kansas City reports: Peep, slated to launch in November, lets mobile users rate the people they
Billed as Yelp for humans, Peeple will allow users to give one to five stars to anyone they know
Here we go again. Someone is making an app that's "like Yelp, for people." A new service called Peeple wants adults to rate and review the folks they know, the way one would evaluate restaurants online. The service resembles other controversial...Show More Summary
A forthcoming app called Peeple will let users post public reviews of their friends, neighbors, coworkers, and romantic partners without the permission of the person being evaluated, though the app will hold reviewers accountable by requiring them to post under their real names. What do you think?
Around late November, the app Peeple will finally fill the void of harsh human judgement The Internet apparently stopped occupying. The app will allow you to give reviews and one- to five-star ratings to everyone you know, whether they want you to or not because it's 2015 and your privacy means dick. Show More Summary
This "Yelp for people" lets anyone rate you, and you can't delete negative reviews. Critics are flooding social media with angry comments, questioning the app's legality and morality.
A story went viral last night about an upcoming smartphone app named “Peeple,” which bills itself as being like the popular review service Yelp, except for humans instead of bars and restaurants. People are horrified by this idea. I don’t think we need to worry, though, because I seriously doubt much will come of it. Read more...
If you saw the word “Peeple” trending on social media and you’re wondering why, it’s because this new app is causing outrage. This new mobile app is being introduced as the “Yelp for people.” It allows you to rate and review someone you may — or may not like. Show More Summary
Ever wonder what your friends really think of you? Well, now you can find out.