Reviews play a big part in making sure you get hired by your prospects that search for a “notary near me.”
Reviews are “social proof” that demonstrate that you’re a real business, and there’s less risk in hiring you because others already have.
Plus, search engines use positive commentary, like reviews, to help them decide which profiles to highlight on their coveted “first page” of search results.
So, the question often is, which platforms are better for customer reviews?
Sometimes you don’t have any control over this. A customer that is compelled to give a review will simply post on whatever platform they want to. Nothing wrong with that!
All reviews are good reviews (even the bad reviews, if you respond correctly).
But, if you’re a smart small business person (which you are), and you’ve implemented a review-getting strategy, you’ll likely be able to guide some of your customers to the...
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