I spent about a week looking into Digital Marketing and how it works. Here’s what I found.
This is the actual phone recording of a spam call, actually two, from Yelp. This is how Yelp tries to pressure businesses into paying them extra money for “premium” listings on their site, which are essentially worthless.
- Sales guys calls. I confront him about Yelp burying good reviews unless you pay for “premium” listings. He giggles. I tell him to give me fellatio.
- He calls right back to reiterate that Yelp can list my business without my permission according to the 1st Amendment. I agreed with him that’s true, unless it causes detriment to my business, at which point I can take legal action against them.
- Yelp’s sales guy continues to challenge me, saying no one has ever sued Yelp and won. I told him there is a first time for everything, and he doesn’t know me very well. I also informed him of class action lawsuits that can be developed by multiple plaintiffs from different states.
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