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Ok, so you've found a listing worth pausing for... First order of business: check out the overall rating.

This score is the voice of the people; it's an average of all the user ratings for that place.

The accuracy of this score is dependant on the size of the community that supplied it, so don't automatically rush out to the first 5 star place you find.

Double check the total number of reviews; a 5 star overall rating based on only 1 review really isn't very telling.

You can also click on the rating details to see a breakdown of the rating distribution and the fluctuation of ratings over time.

Still satisfied with your choice? Time to dive deeper into the details.

Here, you've got your standard contact info - address, phone number and website - plus a nifty map to the right to see exactly where you've got to go.

Below you'll see more information to help you decide if this is the place for you.

For example, restaurants might feature details about their price range, the availability of outside seating, or their suitability for kids and groups.

One other perk you might notice if you're looking at a restaurant, is the ability to make a reservation via a direct connection to OpenTable.

Now to the meat of it - the reviews.

By default, reviews are sorted by Yelp based on a magical formula meant to feature the most helpful reviews.

But, you can use any of the other links to sort the reviews however you'd like.

If you decide the place is close to the mark, but not quite perfect, check out the selections to the right under "people who viewed this also viewed" and "related lists" to see some similar results.

ReviewAn evaluation of a product, service, site or company, often written by a customer or a user. Click1. The pressing of a mouse pointer on a link; 2. a tracked metric of users that click on a specific element.Contact1. A record of a user's basic contact information that may or may not include a history of interactions with that contact; 2. contacts; a list of all of the individuals and companies that one has conversed or interacted with in a particular Web application. WebsiteSite; a collection of related Web pages containing images, videos or other digital assets.Group1. A grouping of individuals that communicate, collaborate and share information within a Web application; 2. a sub-set of lists, used to target subscribers based on characteristics or interests.ConnectionA contact to whom one is linked on a social networking site, sometimes modified by "degree" indicating whether the link is direct, or through one or more intermediaries. FormulaA calculation in spreadsheet applications that is denoted by starting the cell with an equal sign ("=").YelpA social network through which local customers can find, review and interact with local businesses.LikeAn endorsement of a product or service, piece of content or post. The term was made popular by Facebook and now can be found on a variety of Web applications that both use "Likes" within their own site and push them to Facebook.Yelp2183Get The Inside Details On Any Business
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