There are so many review sites for businesses that you may be confused as to what ones you should have your business listed on. It might also be a challenge to know how to handle all those reviews.
If you have spent anytime looking at Google Reviews or Yelp you know that they can help make a business or if the owner is not paying attention, they could hurt a business.
In this video we have Michelle Hoglan, of Top Hat Creative Marketing LLC, talking about citation sites and how to manage them for your business (or your clients business).
0:40 Why are online business reviews important?
Michelle references a statistic by Bright Local that says 92% of local consumers read online reviews!
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1:18 What review sites should your business be listed on?
Watch for review sites that are for certain types of business such as travel, dental, medical…
3:16 How could it effect your business if you are not using citation/review sites?
How can Google star rating effect your business?
4:11 What is the difference between a business listing and a review site listing?
How many different online business listing sites are there?
Do you have to submit to all the business listing site yourself?
5:50 How can a business use the review an listing sites to their advantage and bring in more customers?
6:59 What review sites should a business start with setting up?
Is there any review sites that is a must have for your local business?
How do you start getting people to review your business?
8:10 How should a business handle negative online reviews?
9:08 How does a business manage so many review sites?
Do people notice if all your reviews are older?
#1 Tip – Google Yourself (or your business).
Use Google Alerts to watch for mentions of your business.
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