Content Guidelines

.Feedback allows users to contribute different kinds of content, including reviews, photos, videos, events, votes, tips, private messages, and more. With a wide array of ways to express yourself we made some guidelines that you should read and follow when contributing content to the site:

  • Potty mouth: Colorful language and imagery is great, but threats, harassment, lewdness, hate speech, and other displays of bigotry are quick ways to be ejected.
  • Bribes, rewards, being authentic: Paying for reviews or accepting payment to write a review is wrong on many levels. Contributions should be objective and unbiased. For example, you shouldn’t write reviews of your own business or employer, your friends’ or relatives’ business, your peers or competitors in your industry, or businesses in your networking group. Business owners should not ask customers to write reviews.
  • Promotional spam: Reviews should not contain promotions for anything commercial, certainly not other companies or products. Only owners should be posting such things in owner areas. Consumers run away from sites littered with commercial noise by other commenters.
  • On Fleek: Keep on topic and relevant to the areas that you are posting. For example, reviews aren't the place for rants about a business's employment practices, political ideologies, extraordinary circumstances, or other matters that don't address the core of the consumer experience.
  • Respect personal privacy: Unless you have permission to use someone’s full name or private information, keep it private. Close-up photos or videos of other patrons’ faces is something that you should obtain permission for. Unless you’re referring to service providers who are commonly identified by or commonly share their own full names.
  • Copycat: It is easy to write a unique review just draw upon your own experience, photos, and video. Copying other people's posts is a no no. Keep it fresh and everyone will appreciate it.