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  • Hotel rates guests with ‘reverse reviews’
  • Hotel rates guests with ‘reverse reviews’
    Zach Dischner (2014) ©
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Hotel rates guests with ‘reverse reviews’

Ever since TripAdvisor came onto the scene, guests have been able to review hotels. But what if the tables were turned and hotels were able to review guests? One hotel in Australia is about to find out with a new social experiment called ‘reverse reviews’ that offers well behaved guests rewards.

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