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
Only a week after launch in November, 61 percent of the world’s most popular brands and companies were already utilizing Google+ as a form of social sharing. Although the results may vary based on the particular brand, the base message is simple: we are continuing to utilize the social Web as a way to connect with consumers and formulate our brand.
With Google+ joining the social networking atmosphere, it gives brands another reason to deal the transparency card into their overall business model. Think about it this way: the more open you are with consumers, the more they will trust you, which could lead into more loyal relationships. Whether you’re a small mom and pop organization or a giant dating site, full transparency is never a bad thing.
So, how can brands, big and small, embrace social sharing on Google+, while at the same time providing full transparency? Continue reading
As the Web progresses, people are going to demand more transparency and more control over their data. Google plays a huge role in this, as they are the ultimate gatekeepers of the information available on the Web. When it comes to public records, BeenVerified plays a very similar role. We are excited to see that Google is educating people through their Good to Know campaign on their end, and we plan to continue to work on educating people on public records. Continue reading
BeenVerified offers a fast and simple method to opt-out of our search databases. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and supply the following information. The only reason we request this information is to help our removal team locate the correct records you would like removed. We do not sell or use it in any other way.
- Your name as shown on our site
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- Previous addresses
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Please note that we cannot guarantee like or similar records from reappearing in the future. Public records come from multiple sources and are constantly being updated and there is no one universal system for identifying individuals that can provide a total opt out. If a like or similar record appears in the future, please feel free to simply email us and we will remove that as well.
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
As an avid user of the Internet, I always do research before signing up for a web service. (If I would list all of the Internet services I have ever signed up for, the list would literally be a mile long.) One popular place for researching the trustworthiness of a business is a popular site called “Ripoff Report.”
The idea of Ripoff Report is to give a voice to any consumer who felt taken advantage of by a business. A service like this comes with its own set of strengths and weaknesses, just as any business does. You can read a myriad of opinions about it all over the Web. However, the purpose of this blog post is to address the various complaints you will find on the site about BeenVerified. Continue reading