In case you aren't ready to pitch to big corps (method here), here is another profitable method that I used to find new prospects. Again, I've applied nice twist of the famous 7878 (here), so its nothing new but it works. It's been proven many times and best of all -very low investment needed. Our ultimate goal is the same - Find prospects that care about reviews. And the method I am going to show below will meet this criteria, because if they don't care, then they probably wouldn't put the yelp badge on their website. I do need to give you heads up that unlike the tripadvisor method, not all business owners here might have the marketing budget, so you need to determine whether they deserve your time or not. The best ones I found are restuarants. Many depends on 'positive reviews' in order to stay alive or attract new customers. You wouldn't try a restuarant with 1 star afterall right? I would also encourage you to give these businesses a call to make sure they are at least 'in business' and not closed/dead - you don't waste time and money. So let's jump right in! 1. We all know yelp doesn''t like businesses asking for reviews. Instead, they have always encourage vendors to use their 'creative' badge on their site, and vendors who care follows! So we are going to use this to our advantage. Here is an example that you can start off with: Code: http://www.swkidsdentistry.com/ 2. We will search for businesses with one of the badges on their website and do a reverse image search on Google. 3. We will then put our cityname in the search query so google can further filter businesses in our area 4. In this example, it shows 2080 results - websites/url with the badge and also located in Texas. (yes, some results are duplicates - but you get the idea). 5. You can repeat this method for other Yelp badges or with another platform! Once you found potential prospects, you can follow my other guides here: http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...ncome-easily-proven-scaleable-orm-method.html Happy hunting!