Shopping online can be a tricky thing to navigate, which is why online reviews come in handy. The comment sections where people write their honest opinions of a product, restaurant or hotel are helpful resources for figuring out whether or not something is worth buying.
There are six ways to spot online reviews that are totally phony in the post mentioned here under.
If you’re hunting for hotels, try Review Skeptic, a beta site based on research from Cornell University. Copy and paste reviews onto the site’s homepage and it’ll let you know if they’re real or fake, based on language analysis.
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