Over the past couple months, we’ve been working pretty hard on a thorough BeenVerified redesign. Now, we’re proud to announce that our work has paid off: announcing a new, more awesome-looking BeenVerified!
Our users still receive the same services, such as background reports and reverse phone checks. However, now you can navigate through BeenVerified a little easier, such as viewing all your reports in a drop-down box and checking out your recent activity right when you sign-in. Plus, we’ve revamped our press page as well as our team section so you can get to know us better. Continue reading
Earlier this month, TechCrunch posted a terrific interview with ZocDoc founder Cyris Massoumi, which I found particularly insightful. ZocDoc teaches us a lot about running a great business that is worthy of analysis, and to continue the conversation about user reviews, let’s focus the discussion on the significance of how ZocDoc handles them: Continue reading
Meet Janet Jones. She’s the Chief Marketing Officer of BeenVerified, a former marketing executive at Goldman Sachs and a Harvard Business School alum. In the early days of BeenVerified, you could see Janet’s impressive LinkedIn profile for yourself. Unfortunately, Janet’s profile no longer exists, but we’ll get back to why in a second.
Like any savvy professional, Janet used her LinkedIn profile to leverage her Harvard Business School network by connecting with other alumni, students, and faculty. Can you blame her? In fact, within one week, Janet connected with 14 other LinkedIn profiles associated with Harvard. Continue reading
Dealing with government courts is not the easiest process. Most of the time, it’s a headache waiting to happen. So, while we are constantly working to expand and improve our database, there are a few specific issues that should be considered regarding the availability of particular records: Continue reading
Yup, I left my bag at the diner! It happens to the best of us, but of of course, I did such a typical move. I was in a huge rush and as per usual, my mind was in a thousand different places. Three hours later, I was headed home for the day and something felt not right, something felt “light.” That’s when it hit me. I left my prized possesion at a restaurant in Long Island City, which was nowhere near me at that time. I already have a million things to do and making a trip out to Long Island City and back just to pick up my bag was not something I felt like adding to this list.
At BeenVerified HQ, we’re proud of the team we’ve built over the years. Building company culture takes time and truth is, you can’t force it. More than four years in the making, there are characteristics of our team that we can now say with a fair amount of certainty. For example, we don’t shy away from any challenge, no matter the size. We care deeply about one another and respect the many differences amongst the individuals that make up the whole. Collectively, everyone is pretty good at ping pong, with Danny (that’s me!) being by and far and away the most dominant.
Another part of culture may be considered a little less flattering. We have some terrible dressers amongst us. Baggy pants, hooded sweatshirts, and untrimmed facial hair are just a few of the plagues that have infiltrated our highly guarded culture (sorry for the visual!).
Ah, the dating world. It can be intimidating, thrilling, nerve-wracking, and can cause the normally confident and composed person to shrink into a blubbering idiot (hey, no laughing, we’ve all been there). But, alas, searching for that special someone is something many of us do, no matter how painful it may be. So, how does the modern-day dater conduct such an uphill battle? Well, for the increasing number of singles out there, they’re using a pretty popular dating platfrom: Match.com.
Now that you understand how court records are classified and why, you may need some assistance in navigating and analyzing the details of an individual record. Well, you came to the right place. If you still do not understand how criminal records are classified or perhaps need a refresher, please take a minute to read a full explanation of “Likely Matches” “Possible Matches” and “Not Likely Matches.” The following assumes that you are already comfortable with this material.
Rob Baedeker wrote a fantastic article in Newsweek Magazine recently titled “How to Make Money When the Economy is Failing.” The article chronicles two weeks in the life of Rob taking on a new role as “Rentrepreneur.” In short, Rob uses new and innovative start-ups to rent things out ranging from an empty room in his house to the usage of his backyard BBQ, to even renting out his dog to a park-going stranger looking to play fetch. In two weeks, Rob earned a total of $654.85.