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Most people lean towards negative and feel that there must always be SOME negative comment made, even when things were generally good.
It would be interesting to maybe have no reviews posted, until a certain number have been collected.
Then when it comes to ask for the check, they hint how they regularly do reviews on yelp, and imply that a break in the price would be appreciated. She says it feels like she is being held hostage.
God help the small business that has the one or two cranky people who were the only ones that gave a review. It would be interesting to maybe have no reviews posted, until a certain number have been collected.
Would it be fair to say that you sometimes don't leave a review because you might incur the wrath of the cooler-than-thou crowd?
I swear to Gaia I saw that in an actual review.
"...the words "muffin top" come to mind."
PuuuuuleeeeeAAAAAase. Yeah . . Yelp. LOL
This. The first Yelp about my B&M was one star over the price...
This. The first Yelp about my B&M was one star over the price, after it was agreed upon before beginning successful repairs on her widget, and the competitor who first charged more for unnecessary ineffective widget repairs got more stars. Bizarre on the face of it, but it was the only Yelp for over 6 months, and it palpably hurt business. Waiting for a statistically meaningful number of samples makes sense, but taking away the instant gratification factor will probably reduce the motivation to post reviews to nil, so such a system sounds difficult to get rolling.