Filtering tweets by business – a nearly great idea

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Just noticed a company that does good work aggregating Tweets around localities has also begun showing the highest trending clubs/bars/cafes.

If they extend the archive and depth of related tweets, this could make for great peer-reviewed dining out.

Imagine a menu-log with up-to-date tweets or Travel Advisor built on honest opinions freely shared by everyday humans.

But, as this picture shows, businesses such as The Winery might develop a distaste of such an idea. All the more reason for it to work.

(And though Travel Advisor reviewers have faced law suits for poor reviews, who is going go to sue a tweep? Surely no one would ever!? But here are some tips to avoiding it…)

 

 

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