Yelp: The Numbers Don’t Lie

I like Yelp. When they started to gain traction and popularity in Vancouver I thought there was an opportunity for consumers to have a genuine alternative to the disingenuous competition as it relates to my industry. However as time passes I’m becoming increasingly uneasy about my decision to endorse Yelp.

When a consumer visits Yelp to read about a moving company they see the name of the reviewer, a smattering of clerical information in addition to their review. The reviews you see at first glance contrast with a category of reviews at the bottom of the page entitled ‘Reviews
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How To Hire Movers in Vancouver – Redux

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Hiring a mover in Vancouver is like going to the dentist, no one enjoys the process. But in the same way that preventative maintenance lessens dental pain, a thorough and pragmatic search can lessen chances of a poor move. All movers in Vancouver advertise their services in various media. Some for example rely on the print medium, internet or both. Within these advertisements are the clues required to begin solving the question; how do you find a good mover?

The first question a consumer should ask themselves is this; do I need a professional mover? If the answer is yes, …
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How To Hire a Mover

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It’s moving time and you are looking for a bargain. Who can blame you, the economy is in a downturn and people want the best value they can find. So you turn to the internet and you find a 100 or so listings  for ‘Movers’. But where do you start since they all appear similar at first glance? Here are a few valuable tips that will help you navigate the choices.

First, don’t bother responding to an ad without company name or contact phone number.

Second, be careful not to be a ‘price’ shopper alone – there are many ways …
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