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Dan Foland
Interesting.. Avvo submits DMCA complaints against Birdeye to stop Google from indexing Birdeye pages with Avvo reviews on them.
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AndrΓ©s Tirado 19 Sep 19
Replying to @DanFoland
It seems it was not "copyright-free content" in a legal services site πŸ€”
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Dan Foland 20 Sep 19
Replying to @Andr3sTirado
Haha right! I'm not a huge fan of Birdeye.
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Joy Hawkins 20 Sep 19
Replying to @DanFoland
Did it work?
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Dan Foland 20 Sep 19
Replying to @JoyanneHawkins
It did, I was doing a search for a law firm and saw the DMCA notice at the bottom of the page which I thought was odd.
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Romona Foster πŸŽ€πŸ“† 21 Sep 19
I think Birdeye is a little shady. I went to a spa in Maryland. Birdeye sent me an email to review the Maryland spa, and then sent another request for a review on the same day for a spa in California. I believe with the hope that I would fill out both.
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Romona Foster πŸŽ€πŸ“† 21 Sep 19
It's like they send the correct request. Customer fills it out. Then they send another request. Hoping the customer fills it out without paying attention to the company name of the spa and thinking 'Oh, I thought I did this. Let me review this (again).' πŸ™„
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