How to Secure Positive Online Reviews for your Brick and Mortar

by Danielle Bloom

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Your brick and mortar business needs online reviews in the digital age. Here are some tips to get customers to review your business online.

  • Get in touch with customers after a making a sale. You could follow up by sending an email asking customers how they like their products or services. If they’re happy with your business, ask them to write a review for you to post on your business website.
  • Check your social media profiles regularly. Even if you’re busying serving customers, check your Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, or LinkedIn accounts daily, and engage with customers who leave comments.
  • Add your business to business review apps such as Yelp and Foursquare. Such apps are helpful if you don’t have a website. As with other social media accounts, log on regularly and reply to all reviews your business gets, regardless of the tone.

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