What is Canoories.com?
Canoories.com is a service based on a simple premise – that the shared opinions of thousands of avid individuals with real experiences are inherently more accurate than the opinions of just one or two critics. Through our website, we give people the power of a collective voice and the information to make smart decisions.
Is Canoories.com free?
Yes, completely! We finance ourselves through the Google advertisements you see on the left and right of the screen. Please make sure you click on them, frequently so that we can continue to grow and expand this site.
Who uses Canoories.com?
You'll find a wide range of people on Canoories.com, including locals who are "in the know" about what's cool and happening on the island, visitors who want to get an insider's local perspective.
What should I review on Canoories.com?
Currently we offer a select number of sections for review, such as restaurants, wines, beaches, hikes, diving spots, etc. However, you can suggest new sections at any time via the contact form.
Where do the Canoories.com ratings come from?
These subjective attributes are voted on by users who have visited the business. They can change over time as more people review the business and cast more votes.
What if I had a bad experience? Can I say something negative?
We like to hear about the good, the bad, and everything in between. Be sure to include all the relevant facts and details, and don't embellish your story for effect.
How did my business information end up on Canoories.com?
We get business information from our users like yourself, who wanted to rate your business. If specific data is incorrect (address, phone number, opening hours, etc.), please use the contact form to send us the updated info. Thanks!
Will Canoories.com remove or reorder bad reviews if a business pays for sponsorship?
No. You can't pay us to remove or reorder your bad reviews — it's just that simple.
How is the ranking of search results determined?
Canoories.com 's search results are based on an algorithm that is designed to provide the best results based on a number of different factors.
I'm not happy with what consumers are saying about me on Canoorie.com - should I get my lawyer involved?
Consider the following: First, beware of the so-called Streisand Effect, which can quickly turn a manageable customer service problem into an unmanageable disaster. Lawyers love to draft threatening letters. However, far from being cowed, recipients will sometimes go public with them as a warning to others not to patronize your business. Second, take a step back: if you find yourself insisting that a review is obviously untrue, there's every reason to think that your customers will draw the same conclusion as you.