I had an exterminator out for pretty basic stuff. The young man was personable, did his job quickly. When leaving he handed me a card with web address and asked if I would take the time and provide a review. For every 'Positive' his boss paid him a bonus of $15 and the card said the same. So, sure I'll help the kid going to site, it offered a few review sites and I used Yelp. Upon posting my 'nice' review, it took meto first page and there were pages of 5 Star reviews, all mentioning the Techs by name As a potential new client checking out an unknown biz by using Yelp, these guys look like a winner with these glowing reviews So, here's my question Can frame shops create a similar program to 'obligate' client to provide favorable reviews? I probably wouldn't have bothered to Review had it not been to 'help the kid out' but the Bottom Line was a ton of great reviews Has that owner created a stream of Positive Reviews for only $15? Sure seemed like a winner to me. How can you re-create that type of buzz?