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Yahoo partners with Yelp for online reviews in search results

Yahoo partners with Yelp for online reviews in search results

In a move which substantiated last-month reports, Internet firm Yahoo has worked out a partnership with online review firm Yelp, in an evident attempt to bring about an improvement in its search engine.

As a result of the Yahoo-Yelp partnership, ratings and excerpts from Yelp's merchant reviews started appearing in Yahoo's search results on Wednesday.

Yahoo partners with Yelp to improve its search engine’s local results

Yahoo partners with Yelp to improve its search engine’s local results

According to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report, Internet firm Yahoo has signed a partnership with online review site Yelp, for incorporating new listings and reviews in its search engine. The specific terms of the deal have not been officially disclosed.

Plans for Better Dining Brings Together Yelp and OpenTable

Plans for Better Dining Brings Together Yelp and OpenTable

It has been reported by the New York Times, that today, it was announced by Yelp that they'll be incorporating OpenTable's online reservation system straight into Yelp.

This will surely help people to reserve a table right there, after finding the restaurant they are looking for.

Yelp Under Scrutiny for Favouritism

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The San Francisco Company –Yelp a popular ratings website is overhauling the way it posts the reviews, as it is facing strong criticism for its preferential treatment to a few business.

Yelp allows users to write reviews about local businesses like restaurants, retails shops, salons etc.

Yelp Faces Charges of Extortion

Yelp Faces Charges of Extortion

A California Veterinary Center has filed a suit against review site, Yelp for allegedly promising to hide bad reviews in exchange for purchasing $3,600 worth of advertising on the site.

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