More Fun on TripAdvisor’s Facebook Page

TripAdvisor on Facebook

TripAdvisor on Facebook loves posting photos and asking questions the answers to which it then ignores – it’s a good filler that takes very little effort on their part.

In general the answers are tripe, but once in a while you get a little gem like this one from Arnold Layne πŸ™‚


10 responses to “More Fun on TripAdvisor’s Facebook Page

  1. TripAdvisor won’t let my parents take off their own business off of their site. It’s so annoying, they don’t even ask permission to put your business up in the first place and yet they will allow fake people to leave untrue reveiws.

  2. And his stay in the London phone booth was obviously a happy one

  3. I have a problem with a terminated employee repeatedly leaving scathing reviews on our TripAdvisor site. I have written TripAdvisor dozens of times trying to get these reviews removed but have never had even a single response from them. Meantime, their reviews have the potential to do damage to my business. They wont even make even a small effort to look out for the interest of small business but are only trying to make money by providing a free forum for any looney or someone with a grudge to post. Even the game by having friends, family anyone post to TripAdvisor till people realize the site is worthless. They are sowing the seeds of their own destruction.

  4. I like his review of the cottage in Kerry (11th June) too πŸ™‚

  5. PMSL – I knew the name was familiar, couldn’t remember why πŸ™‚

  6. ‘It takes two to know . . . don’t do it again’ – check out the lyrics by Pink Floyd – great pseudonym to post under!!

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