The study, carried out by Kwikchex, an “online reputation management” company that has been a regular critic of TripAdvisor, uncovered what it called “alarming patterns” on daodao, the site’s Chinese domain. Chris Emmins, Kwikchex co-founder, cited “amazingly prolific” reviewers on the site, including one member who had posted 2633 reviews since 2010. He highlighted instances where these so-called “super-reviewers” seemed to follow similar patterns of travel, posting reviews about the same businesses in the same parts of the world. Get the full story at the Telegraph