Do you Yelp? Piper’s Daddy is a true yelp devotee. He checks in all the time everywhere we go. He must know not only what other patrons think of the place but how his own rating is valued. If you’re as devoted as Piper’s Daddy, you, too, can earn a meaningless Yelp rank, such as Earl or Duke. How do you achieve such Yelp status, you ask? I checked their website.
What is the “Yelp Elite Squad”?
The Yelp Elite Squad is our way of recognizing and rewarding yelpers who are active evangelists and role models, both on and off the site. Elite-worthiness is based on a number of things, including well-written reviews, a fleshed-out personal profile, an active voting and complimenting record, and playing nice with others. Members of the Elite Squad are designated by a shiny Elite badge on their account profile.
As an Elite badge carrying member of Yelp, Piper’s Daddy has risen to the ranks of Duke in our favorite restaurant and two local frozen yogurt establishments. We’re very proud.
Last night we went out to eat. Piper’s Daddy was logging on to Yelp in the car as we pulled into the parking lot. He’s a bit competitive, you see. There could be other restaurant patrons inside just waiting to knock him out of his well-earned Duke position. Piper knows how much it means to him.
“Daddy, did you Yelp?”
“I’m logging in right now. I’ll let you know,” he said.
“Are you the Duke?” Piper asked, excitedly.
“I think so. Just a minute.”
“Daddy, you can be the Duke of my love!”
With that kind of status, who needs Yelp?
I’ve never “yelped” but may have to try it
Like most social media, it has addictive properties. I like the reviews, especially for searches for doctors and dentists. It’s like the reviews on Amazon but for local stuff. Happy yelping!