Here are the key points of our vision, already acknowledged by a large foodies' community.
Truth vs. fake. Foodiestrip has accepted the fake reviews challenge. Thanks to our app, you will no longer have to suffer attacks from your competitors or agencies. The review revolution has begun!
Community vs. individualism. Foodiestrip believes in communication, the backbone of a community. For this reason, foodiestrip created the first food social in the world: foodiestrip and the foodies are here for you!
Reliability vs. emotivity. With the check-in and the guided reviews, foodiestrip pushes away the impostors and keeps the client's emotions at bay by guiding them towards the most objective evaluation possible
Authority vs. approximation. The foodiestrip's reviews help the users grow and learn increasing their reliability, and therefore their usefulness within the review and communication process. Enough with those customers who penalize you because, despite having been divinely, you have not prostrated on their arrival. Enough with those who do not evaluate you for the level of your cuisine, location, and service
Visibility vs. invisibility. Foodiestrip thinks that all restaurant activities must be accessible, therefore viewable and easily usable for future customers. Every restaurateur must be aware that the internet generates millions of possibilities of contact: being there with approximation or, worse, not being there, can be a damage for your business
Innovation vs. reaction. Changing is possible. Improve, too. Embracing the digital is a necessity to aspire for a positive change
foodiestrip's check-in is the first patented system that can protect you from fake reviews. How? The geolocation will certify the real presence of the customer inside your business and verifies the time spent there. The check-in duration may vary according to the type of dining experience. The time for a coffee is not the same as a family lunch at the restaurant, right? Only at the end of the check-in, the customer will have the possibility to review.
Every type of business represents a specific category. Each category has its peculiarities concerning menu, service, location, and price. Foodiestrip considered these characteristics to create review paths (series of single or multiple-choice questions that also include a short open field at the end) aimed at an objective evaluation, free from the emotion of the moment or personal interests.
Targeted, instructive questions that empower the user and allow him to evaluate the experience in a reliable and authoritative way: these are our reviews. Each question has a value, and each answer a score. At the end of the path, there will be an overall score for the business and a specific score for Menu, Ambience, and Service.