In October of 2011 a class-action lawsuit against Yelp claiming that they were removing negative reviews in exchange for “advertising” was dismissed with prejudice (meaning they cannot be sued again for the same reason). It’s now two months from 2013 and already it seems the complaints of extortion are not going away; instead they appear to be growing more frequent in numbers as awareness has risen that something fishy could be going on at Yelp.
So far, courts have allowed Yelp to…Continue
The social media sites were hot last night during the presidential debate between Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney and current President Barrack Obama. Since the election of former President Bill Clinton, our nation has been evenly divided over which man is the best person for the job of leading our nation amongst the world.
As a small business owner who helps companies, specifically automotive dealerships, build their business and "Win Customers for Life"; I have some very…Continue
Recently, I traveled to New Mexico to consult with a dealership about their marketing strategy. The conversation went a bit like this:
DeliveryMaxx: “What are you currently doing with advertising today?”
Dealership: “We are doing print (newspaper), TV, Radio, and I have a billboard two exits down.”
DeliveryMaxx: “How is that working for you?”
Dealership: “I can’t really put an ROI on it, but I think it is branding…Continue
Now that the Grand Old Party is officially nominating their choice, Governor Mitt Romney, for President of the United States and current President Barak Obama is defending his record of leading the United States the last three years; we are faced with a decision to choose who best fit to lead our country.
America has a vast history of leaders who have embarked on the challenge which affects many lives from small businesses with less than five employees, large corporations with tens…Continue