Category: Reputation Management

How to Craft a Reputation Management Plan

How to Craft a Reputation Management Plan

In today’s digital environment, businesses are at a disadvantage when it comes to managing their brand’s reputation. Faced with an avalanche of customer feedback on countless channels, they need a comprehensive reputation management strategy to succeed. Back when business marketing consisted mostly of advertising campaigns, public relations efforts, and encouraging word-of-mouth spread of a brand…

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Why Your Business Should Want More Reviews on Review Sites

Why Your Business Should Want More Reviews on Review Sites

The importance of responding to customers online could not be more prevalent as reviews continue to grow more than ever before. Aside from the fact that reviews from customers help others decide whether they should visit a business or not, reviews are now more prevalent on search results pages—meaning a lot of eyes can see…

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What is Online Reputation Management?

What is Online Reputation Management?

A business’s reputation used to be what they said about themselves in their advertising and the reach their customers had via word of mouth. Now, consumers are pushing out a company’s reputation and image collectively by providing real-time feedback online through review sites, social media, forums and other channels. Basically, if it is an online…

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What are Listings and Why Do They Matter?

What are Listings and Why Do They Matter?

Listings are an online summary of essential information for your business that serve as a powerful tool to help customers find you online and in real life. Here’s what you need to know: NAP+W No, we didn’t fall asleep on the keyboard. NAP+W is the acronym that explains all the information that should be included…

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Top 10 Review Websites to Get More Customer Reviews On

Top 10 Review Websites to Get More Customer Reviews On

In the table below, U.S. Ranking, % U.S. Traffic and Average Monthly U.S. Traffic (unique visitors) data are sourced from Alexa. Businesses should strive to get business reviews on business review websites that are going concerns, review sites that people know about (and go to) and that are relatively friction-less (sites consumers have log ins…

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The Dos and Don’ts of Customer Service

The Dos and Don’ts of Customer Service

Everyone can recall a time when they’ve received excellent customer service. Whether it was the clerk who was extra helpful or the hotel staff who went above and beyond, we’ve all experienced it. Unfortunately though, the bad customer service is almost always recalled more easily. In the pursuit of excellent customer service, several dos and…

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Review Management Best Practices

Review Management Best Practices

Why your business needs to stop removing reviews 1) People can tell your business is filtering the reviews. 68% of consumers trust reviews more when they see both good and bad scores (Econsultancy, 2012). Customers are more review savvy and can spot when things look too good to be true. 95% of consumers suspect censorship…

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Improving Your Local Search Ranking With Data Aggregators

Improving Your Local Search Ranking With Data Aggregators

Data aggregators run the world. The world of local search, any way. Data aggregators supply information to major search engines like Google, which means that having good business listing info on data aggregators can help it get right on Google. These aggregators have built massive business databases from valuable listing sources like yellow page directories,…

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How to Respond to Positive Reviews

How to Respond to Positive Reviews

A good or bad reputation can mean the difference between a business thriving and expanding, or closing their doors for good. In the digital age, a business’s reputation is controlled by consumers using online review platforms like Yelp, Google and Facebook to announce the quality of their business publicly. The good news is that this…

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