What is Judy's Book?
The Social Search® tool to get the trusted scoop on local places. Local reviews,
recommendations, deals, and coupons from people like you, including those you know.
Find and discover great places and avoid the not so great. Judy's Book makes it
easy to share places and businesses with friends and family.
How did it start?
Judy's Book was started by two friends, Andy and Chris. Andy got the idea from his
wife, whose mother Judy was the inspiration for the site. Judy kept a "little green
book" full of her local shopping tips and favorites, which she shared with family
and friends. Chris and Andy created Judy's Book to share her dedication to quality
and value with shoppers everywhere - a place where friends and neighbors can find
and share great shopping finds, both online and off. In 2008 Judy's Book was acquired
by Seattle angel investors and entrepreneurs Andy Liu, Geoff Entress, and David
Niu. The Judy's Book team brings continued focus to the original Judy vision with
an emphasis on families, moms, and Social Search®.
More On Judy's Book
- Discover Kid-Friendly place with our partner KidScore
which ranks places on kid-friendliness from 1-100.
- With Judy's Book you can read reviews on a business before decieding to buy a deal.
- Create your own “book” or list of favorites and rejects to share with others.
- Trusted reviews from our community, Judy's Book shows the best and worst side by
- Access our mobile site, no Apps to download. Just find, read, and review places
on the go.
Judy's Book users are household decision makers with buying power and influence.
Advertisers and other firms can advertise on Judy's Book or KidScore
. For local businesses the best way to advertise on Judy's Book is by
claiming your listing.
Judy's Book is intended to make your life easier and more fun. If there's something
we can do to make your experience even better, or if you have questions about how
our site works, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the Judy's Book blog to find musings
on the future of local search, advertising and community (including new ideas and
stuff we love on the topics of social software, online and offline community, user-generated
content, local advertising, and whatever else we happen to be thinking about).