About WOMbeat!

WOMbeat!™ was established in 2007 to help consumers easily share great local recommendations with people they actually know and trust – friends, family and coworkers.

Have you ever needed a plumber, hairdresser or auto mechanic and couldn’t find anyone you know to give you recommendation? It can be frustrating not knowing which friends to turn to, and it can be scary just relying on random luck to pick the right business for you from the big local directories or other advertising services.

Sure, you might be able to find a review or two online these days, but do you really know who wrote that review? Are they really credible?

It’s no secret that we all want Word of Mouth (WOM) recommendations – particularly from people we know & trust. So what if there was a way to tap into the local favorites across your circle of trust without having to bother or inconvenience anyone? That’s WOMbeat!

Think of WOMbeatl like an online local search except that you can zero in on only those businesses listings that are “friend-approved.” Plus, now you can share your own best-kept secret finds within your circle of friends. And, as you and your friends help spread the word about those great local businesses you love, you are helping them thrive and succeed – thus benefiting the whole community.

Check us out at www.wombeat.com

 

It’s Word of Mouth…Only Better!

1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Kelly McDaniel  |  February 3, 2010 at 4:47 pm

    Has the position that was posted on the AKPsi site been filled?

    Reply

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