Posts Tagged ‘yelp’

Yelp and foursquare are on a Collision Course

TweetAwhile back I posted a question on Quora about services looking to disrupt Yelp via focusing on short-form reviews. I got a lot of feedback via email, Twitter, and Facebook and one person in particular, David Levy, pointed out that foursquare is the most likely competitor. All that was lacking was a better logged out […]

Thoughts on Social Travel – My Own Social Graph Isn’t Good Enough

TweetI have been doing a lot of travel lately, some for work and some for fun. The one thing that continues to stun me is the dominance of TripAdvisor as a source of reviews whenever I go to a new place and start looking for restaurant or hotel reviews. It reminds me a lot of […]

Two Services I’d Like to See Integrated More Deeply with Facebook (Yelp, Eventbrite) and Thoughts on a Few Others (Yelp, Posterous, Tumblr, WordPress, Meebo, and Music)

TweetI spend a lot of time on Facebook, for work and for fun. I also spend a lot of time playing with applications and other services that either live on Facebook or have a strong connection back to the service via Facebook Connect. Of late, I have noticed that there are a few services that […]

What’s the Right Business Model for a User-Generated Review Site?

TweetThis is my first blog post in quite some time. I’ve been noodling on an issue for the past few weeks and I thought I’d put it out there for folks to chew on. I want to start by saying this is not a problem that is new or unique to the web. The Classic […]