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How to Get More 5 Star Google Reviews For Business

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Today’s digital age values online reviews. They shape a company’s reputation and influence consumer choices. Positive reviews build trust and attract new customers. They also enhance credibility. The higher the review, the more likely people will choose that business. High ratings draw more attention and trust. Suppose you’re browsing the internet to find a new restaurant. You’d go for one with good reviews, right?

Positive reviews can lead to increased sales and growth. On the flip side, negative reviews can harm a company’s reputation. They can drive potential customers away. So, how can you get more 5-start reviews for your business? Read more to find out.

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Hack to Generate Hundreds of Google Five-Star Reviews

Are you struggling to get five-star reviews for your business on Google? Do you want a simple hack to help you get more positive reviews quickly? In this blog post, I’ll show you a trick I use to generate hundreds of five-star reviews for my business on Google.

Firstly, let me clarify that Google My Business is now called Google Business Profile. It functions the same way as before. For those that don’t have a Google business account, they can set up by visiting google.com/business and registering for a new account.

How to Step Up Google Business Profile

Once you have your Google Business Profile set up, follow these simple steps:

  1. Click on the “Info” tab.
  2. Click on “Share your business profile.”
  3. Copy and paste the link that appears, but add “/review” at the end of the URL.
  4. Bookmark the link or save it on tools like OneNote or Evernote.

Adding “/review” to the end of your Google Business Profile link creates a direct link for customers where they can leave a review on your page. This means they don’t have to search for your business on Google or navigate multiple pages to leave a review. It’s a simple and effective way to generate positive reviews.

If you don’t have a CRM, you can manually text or email the link to your clients. For those with CRM, you can automate the entire process. For example, if you’re a mortgage company, you can set an automated email notification with the link to your customers once their loan has been funded.

My company uses Zapier to automate hundreds of thousands of tasks every month. We have a zap to automatically text our customers once their transaction with us is complete. The text message contains a link to our Google Business Profile with “/review” added to the end of the URL. This has been an extremely effective way for us to generate positive reviews.

Tips to Get 5-Start Positive Reviews

Adding “/review” to the end of your Google Business Profile link and sharing it is a simple yet effective way to acquire positive reviews for your business. You can save and access the link using a product like OneNote or Evernote. The link can quickly be sent out to your customers. And if you have a CRM set up, use the automation process, saving you even more time and effort. Give it a try and watch your five-star reviews soar!

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SHANE MCINTYRE

Founder & Executive with a Background in Marketing and Technology | Director of Growth Marketing.