Here are some tips to encourage more reviews on your work. Some come from my own experience as a super review of the user’s location, others just a good old sense. Your comments are welcome. Simply no rating 1 stars please.
Participate in the best site reviews.
Not all review sites are created equal. Look for features that have features to reduce counterfeit reviews and give employers the tools to respond to reviews. Activate your business account and improve your business listing (it’s free). When you request an ad, you’ll receive notifications of new reviews and traffic reports about the number of users who see your business page each week.
Be active with all your reviews.
Thank you to the reviewers for their positive and negative comments in due course. the online publishers, the largest review site, allows business owners to respond publicly or privately to your comments. A personal letter is a great way to thank the reviewer, explaining that you pay attention as an employer. Warning: Do not be rude or defensive. I saw this unpleasant blow when the reviewer posted a rude response from the employer publicly with his updated review (and even the most negative)! Be sure to review my next post on how to respond effectively to negative reviews.
Take advantage of the offers on your menu page.
Some review sites, such as The Online Publishers “TOP”, allow companies to post offers on their listings page. Because users of these sites are likely to be active reviewers themselves, you are submitting your proposal to the leading “online” authorities.
Link to review sites on your site.
Include the site’s logo with other social media links: “Follow us on …”. Again, I will only link to the most important review sites on the Internet, such as Yelp.
Enhance your presence on review sites.
Add the link to your email newsletter, and embed it in your ad and social networks. You can even blog about your reviews and link to a real review page. Don’t let many negative posts make you manage and hide. Obviously, your current customer base is thinking about you well. Otherwise, they won’t deal with you, so you should preach this to your choir!
Many review sites offer point-of-sale items, such as stationary labels and posters that retailers can attach to their doors or box office to promote their site.
Be active in the online community.
Be an active reviewer yourself. This is a great way to get to know the community and have fun! Just don’t dip your business or competitors. Most likely, you will be arrested, and the fine does not depend on risk.
Finally, it is bad etiquette to seek feedback directly from friends and customers. Frankly, this tactic may not be helpful. Some review sites have developed algorithms to filter reviews from one-time reviewers or from files with incomplete profiles because they are generally less trustworthy or even counterfeit. However, promoting your business on specific audit sites is good practice and will naturally lead to more and more reviews. Online reviews benefit search engine optimization for not only your site, but also verbal ads.