Building a strong online reputation is more important than ever. A Harvard Business Review study revealed that a one star difference in a typical online business profile average rating can lead to a 5-9% difference in revenue. But how can you influence customer feedback and proactively manage your online reputation?
Step 1: Listen to Your Customers
Your customers are the best source to discover how to make improvements to your business. Establish a system to listen to and engage with what your customers are saying about you.
Step 2: Target Relevant Review Websites
Refine your monitoring process focusing on the review websites that matter most to your target audience. To help you plan an appropriate reputation management process, know which review sites are most influential.
Step 3: Gather Customer Feedback
Don’t leave the review process to chance. Request customer feedback from online and offline customer touch points. Be:
Step 4: Share Your Customer Feedback
Positive customer reviews make excellent marketing content. Make sure to publicly thank customers for their time and comments. Social media profiles are an ideal place to share your customers praise.
Step 5: Learn and Improve
Learn from negative feedback and make improvements. Your reputation will be enhanced rather than damaged by poor reviews when you respond quickly and positively to bad reviews.
Customer feedback has become a key factor in customers buying decisions making online review sites popular. Take steps to manage your online reputation and gain marketing advantage.
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