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Yelp for Android and iOS updated with event RSVP and improved media upload

Yelp users on Android and iOS are getting a couple of small but useful feature updates today. First up, you can now RSVP to events on your mobile device. When you check out your profile, you’ll be able to view and comment on all the events you’re attending. Show More Summary

Yelp Reviews are Getting More Positive AND More Negative

Yelp reviews are getting both more positive and more negative. You might wonder how that’s even possible. But it’s actually pretty simple. In 2014, more customers left 1-star reviews on Yelp than they did back in 2005. But they also left more 5-star reviews. That’s according to an analysis of over a million Yelp reviews...

5 apps for the spontaneous traveler

Vacation planning, rumored to be an enjoyable experience, can often end up causing more headaches than tans. With hours spent scouring Internet chat boards and contemplating Yelp reviews, much of the spontaneity associated with traveling is gone. Show More Summary

Yelp Has Spoken: These Are the 100 Best-Reviewed Places to Eat in America

4 days agoNews : NewsFeed

Yelp's list of top-rated spots across the U.S. might surprise you

Yelp Unleashes Dubious List of America's Most Popular Restaurants

The Top 100 Places to Eat in the U.S. for 2015 list is based off of review from 2014. Another day, another strange list: Controversial restaurant review site Yelp published its Top 100 Places to Eat in the U.S. for 2015 list today, and only a handful of recognizable names made the cut. Show More Summary

Yelp names BBQ joint in Big Pine, Calif., best restaurant in U.S.

Wondering what the top restaurants in the country are? Well, Bon Appetit has its list, Jonathan Gold has his list for the best 101 in Los Angeles, and now, the Yelp community is weighing in. 

When a Bad Yelp Review Gets You a Bigger Discount

The feud between a small Italian restaurant in California and the Yelp review site is getting more intense. The owners of Botto Bistro, an Italian restaurant in Richmond, California, are upset with the review site for its policy of running competitors’ ads right next to Boot Bistro reviews. Among other things the policy is probably an...

Trulia, AddressReport spotlighting local amenities with Yelp integration

Trulia and AddressReport are taking Yelp up on its offer of a free application programming interface (API) that serves up data on restaurants, bars, grocery stores, boutiques, massage therapists and other businesses in Yelp’s database. Integration with Yelp provides house hunters...

Humorous complaining: Funny online reviews get lots of attention but do they get results?

Unless you're just looking to entertain your fellow online shoppers, you may want to think twice about writing that funny Amazon or Yelp review. According to a new study, humorous complaints get a lot more attention from other consumers but may not be taken seriously by businesses.

4 Big Tech Stocks Offering Big Returns

Facebook, Twitter, Yelp, Linkedin. These days, it seems that tech analysts only have eyes for social media companies. But several companies are thriving in other tech fields — and their stocks are, too. Here is a list of four cool tech stocks you should consider in 2015. 1. Alibaba You...

Trulia Partners with Yelp

Consumers rely on Yelp’s trustworthy ratings, reviews, and accurate business details to make important decisions every day and this content can now be found on Trulia and AddressReport.

How to gather quantitative data on user behaviors and mental models

Jerry Cao is a content strategist at UXPin — the wireframing and prototyping app — where he develops in-app and online content for the wireframing and prototyping platform. After getting really useful insights from our previous Yelp usability test, we wanted to analyze the information architecture in greater detail. Show More Summary

Can’t Rule Google? Focus on Yelp by @jeanmariedion

Go big or go home. It sounds like a mantra made just for sports, but it also applies to Google. That’s because those websites who hit the top SERP spots tend to get more attention than those who appear down below. Consider this study profiled on Marketing Land: A little more than 71 percent of searches ended with a page one click. Show More Summary

Are Facebook and Yelp losing the support of small businesses?

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Stuart Wall, founder and CEO of Signpost. The post went through Pando’s usual editorial process and Mr Muender was not paid for his work.  Last month I struggled to help my sister remove an inaccurate Yelp listing. Show More Summary

Map: Each State's Most Distinctive Cuisine

last weekSports : Deadspin

Here's a fun map, put together by the Huffington Post using data from Yelp, that shows each state's biggest cuisine outliers. We're all so predictable! Read more...

Yelp passes 100K registered developers for its API, plans ‘off the shelf’ tools so anyone can use its data

Its extensive store of detailed restaurant and retail information makes Yelp a valuable source for an application that wants to make consumer recommendations.

Each state's most disproportionately popular cuisine

last weekOdd : Boing Boing

According to a survey using Yelp data, Delawareans and Virginians love Peruvian food, Ohioans love soup, Coloradans love gluten free, and West Virginians love hotdog. Other trends: Read the rest

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