What are your customers saying about you lately and what systems do you have in place to track your online reputation?
It doesn’t matter if you’re on the 1st page of Google or if you’re spending thousands of dollars a month on ads, IF you have bad reviews, the costumer will choose your competition. Some businesses think that they’re doing great because most of their customers come from referrals, the problem is that 40% of those referrals see your online reviews while looking for your directions on the maps. Are you up to date on EVERYTHING that’s being said about you?
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We analyze 6 areas of your business…
- Visibility score: To get more customers your business needs to be listed on all the major directories and your information needs to be 100% accurate so that customers can call you and find your location.
- Reputation grade: Not having any reviews or positive reputation associated with your listing will negatively impact your reputation grade. Studies show that without 6-10 reviews associated with your listing your business isn’t trusted and 92% of consumers look for reviews before they contact you.
- Negative reviews: Nobody likes to know they have a negative review, but the most important thing is to remove these negative reviews as quickly as possible and replace them with 5 star reviews.
- Recent reviews: Studies show that consumers want to see recent reviews within the last 6 months and any reviews older than 6 months aren’t as relevant.
- Video visibility grade: Over 90% of consumers watched video last week and 70% say that videos help them to make a decision. That means when new customers are using a search engine, your website, or YouTube, they need to see video about you company.
- Sentiment analysis: Sentiment helps you understand most common words your customers are leaving to describe their experience and if those words are being used in a positive or negative perspective for others to read.
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