San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
It's no secret that Yelp, TripAdvisor, CitySearch and Foursquare are major destinations where customers can leave reviews and tips. As consumers are relying heavily on reviews when choosing a restaurant, service or product, many businesses are often left in the dust if their customers write unsatisfactory feedback. Although businesses cannot control the negative reviews that customers post, KarmaReviews has found a revolutionary karma driven network in which entrepreneurs can connect and provide one another with reviews, comments, ratings and feedback to improve their business ideas and outlook.
As review sites help customers pick and choose where to go, businesses may suffer if customers express their bad experiences publically. Tina Lee, the founder and CEO of KarmaReviews, explains the goal of the new social networking site, “By creating a network for business owners to provide reviews and feedback for one another, KarmaReviews has made it easier for them to build connections and receive business advice and guidance." The site also provides a platform for professionals to promote their interests and spread the word on their products and services in a community dedicated to help businesses grow.
Addressing the growing demand for reviews by people who wish to gain more visibility for their products and services, KarmaReviews has recently expanded its network to also include book reviews on Amazon, website reviews on Alexa, phone app reviews on iTunes, product reviews on Epinions, local reviews on Google Places and general reviews for countless of other sites where businesses can receive ratings and recommendations.