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Cultivate Google Online Reviews

Cultivating Google Reviews

You have lots of happy and satisfied customers. Wouldn't it be great if you can get more of them to write a positive Google review for your business? As you know, this may be a challenge as even if they agree to write a review, it's still a rather complicated process to visit Google, look for your shop, and actually write the review. For this blog, we've outlined an easy method for you to create a link in which you can include in an email or embed as a button right on your website. Customers can then just click the link or button and start writing.

When customers click the link or the button, they'll instantly see a review box (see graphic on right) which is even prefilled with five stars! This will provide you the best opportunity to garner more positive reviews. Let's get started.

Visit the following link and scroll all the way down to the bottom: https://pleper.com/index.php?do=tools&sdo=google_review_link 

Follow these steps:pleper link step 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 1.

Start typing your business name in the Autocomplete field. Click on it to autofill your information.

After Step 1, you'll see the following screen.pleper step 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Step 2. Confirm your information -- this should be accurate, otherwise, you'll need to edit your Google My Business listing. Hit the "Generate the awesome link" button at the bottom.

Pleper step 3

Step 3. Scroll down the page to find this reference "In google search (write review pop up with preselected five stars)." The link comes in two versions -- long and short. We recommend the short one to include in the email and the longer one to embed into a button on your website. Consult your web developer on how to do this!

ABOUT RENATO SOGUECO

Renato is BloomNet’s Vice President of Digital Strategy and Education. He is the former Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the Society of American Florists (SAF) where he invested most his 20 years of industry experience helping floral businesses adopt and thrive leveraging technology trends such as social media, e-commerce, online advertising, shop automation and mobile. He is a frequent speaker at industry events sharing his expertise and latest technology, business and consumer trends that will impact floral business.