Friday, Jun 15, 2012
We all use Internet search engines every day, whether it’s to find directions, shop for a new pair of shoes or look up a restaurant for Friday night. Usually it works pretty well and has become a habit most people don’t even think about. However, it has shortcomings, most notably a lack of providing relevant and respected opinions or recommendations from your friends and experts. With a recent survey showing 90 percent of people seek advice from friends and/or family before doing things like make restaurant reservations, book a vacation, or buy the latest electronic gadget, it’s no surprise that the opinions and experiences of people closest to you count the most.