There are many different ways users can find out information about a restaurant, retail store, law firm, doctor office, vet… and the list goes on, as there is no type of business, firm, or even sometimes a person, that you can’t find reviews on.
Renowned publications and companies that are respected by communities are considered more reliable sources, but with so many outlets available on the Web, finding misleading or inaccurate information has reached heightened levels. The only way for businesses to take a stand against false accusations and bad reviews on cyber space is to create its own web based shield.
Business owners have joined forces with Nasty Client, a new website where business owners can rate and review its customers.
For $15.99 a year, businesses have access to Nasty Client, where owners can write about customers anonymously, sharing details about customers who broke a contract or provided faulty information, and warn other business to avoid doing business with this person. Ha! Take that all you nasty reviewers out there who think that businesses can’t -- or won’t -- fight back.
This seems to be just the beginning of a new website or app revelation that businesses could use as a vital took when starting relationships with clients. Nasty Client has brought the attention to the important of having a presence of the web.
With Nasty Client’s new program, you can person a search of a potential client before you begin doing business with him or her.
According to Matt Stachel, the creator of Nasty Client, there are about 2,500 members and is growing, with over 11,000 page views on Monday alone.
For more information on how to join Nasty Client, click here.
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Edited by Rich Steeves