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Tuesday, August 07, 2018


Mark Kurowski

Wow. Has it really never occurred to you that many, many, many business owners register ownership on Yelp and pay the advertising ransom mainly to keep competitors' ads out of the main screen area?! (... and secondarily to respond to fake 1-star reviews.) To label such behavior as proof of "see[ing] value in communication with potential customers" is journalistic malpractice, or perhaps just evidence of a weak or lazy mind.

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