At Review Centre we understand that every small and medium sized business needs help in managing their online reputation. We have put together a suite of features that enable you to view, interact and take control of the feedback left for your company. Contact your reviewers, show consumers how great your customer service is and promote your brand at the click of a button.
We help you build a relationship with our community. On average we get over 3 million* unique visitors to the site every single month. That's a lot of consumers able to see your page, and the feedback that your customers have left.
Features available through your Business Account will allow you to take control of your review page by interacting with your reviewers, advertising special offers and monitoring the content that is added to your page. The verified business badge is all about getting our members to establish confidence in your business. Great reputation = High confidence = increased turnover!
Setting up your account couldn't be easier. Simply click here and choose to add your business to Review Centre, or claim your page that already exists.
Below is a detailed explanation of each business account feature that we currently offer.
Don’t forget that if you have any questions you can always contact us.
Consumers come to review sites looking for information that is going to help them to make a purchase. Adding extra details about your business on your item page is one way of ensuring that they can easily find you and complete their purchase. It also allows members to be certain that they are reading reviews about the correct company. We offer several ways to make sure our readers can find you.
Contact details - The basic business information package allows you to enter your phone number and postal address to be displayed on your Review Centre profile page. See Example
Website link – We live in a digital age and most companies have a website. The extended business information package allows you to have a link on your review page back to you website making it easy for our readers to find your business. See Example.
Business summary – Savvy consumers look at review sites to see what kind of service they can expect to receive from a company. Adding a business summary to your review page is a great way to introduce your company and let readers know what you’re all about. It can also be an opportunity to head off potential negative reviewers before they submit, by prompting them to contact you and give you a chance to rectify any issues that they might have had. See Example.
You’re busy. You have a business to run, and while you understand the importance of looking after your online reputation, who has time to check review sites multiple times a day? Well thanks to email alerts this will no longer be a problem. You will simply be notified every time you get a review or comment added to your page.
New review alerts – You receive an email notification every time a review is added to your profile. See Example.
New comment alerts – You receive an email notification every time a comment is added to your profile. See Example.
Configure alert settings – You might not rank all reviews you receive with the same level of importance. If you are getting a large amount of reviews every single day it could become a distraction having your inbox overflowing with emails alerting you to this. With this feature you can configure the settings so that you only get told about the review you want to know about. For example, you have set your alerts so that you’re informed of any review that goes live with a less than 2 star out of 5 star rating. You receive the email and can immediately start trying to assist the customer. Early alerts mean that in a matter of hours the problem could be sorted with the reviewer in contact with us to let us know that their review can be amended due to your swift response. See Example.
Some businesses take the attitude, “Why should I waste my time responding to reviews”? Well increasing numbers of companies are recognising the benefit of replying to their customers on review sites for several reasons.
Thanking your customers for leaving their positive review is a great way of reaffirming the great experience that they have just had. Equally, explaining your disappointment when you have not been able to satisfy a customer also goes a long way to show other potential customers that you are a company that cares, and will learn from mistakes when made. It also gives you a chance to try and rectify any situation. Of course there may also be times when you and your client just cannot agree, and we believe that it is only fair that our readers are able to see both sides of any story and make an informed decision.
Official business response – Official responses will be displayed on our site next to the review. These responses will be highlighted prominently above other comments and the reviewer will be notified that a response has been made. See Example.
Directly email reviewers - This feature allows you to contact your reviewers directly and privately. Some issues might be too confidential to discuss in public. This gives you the opportunity to write a private message to your customer to try and resolve any concerns that they may have with the service that they have received. See Example.
Online marketing is an affordable way for you to get your message out to consumers. The importance shoppers are increasingly placing on impartial advice and information means that we are in a great position, with over3 million visitors coming to our site every month, to host your ad and get it out to a large audience. Adding an advert to your item page is a great way to drive customers to your site.
Promote your website address – Improve the visibility of your website address with this feature. Your URL with appear in a larger block on the right hand side of your item page, and also when your company comes up in search on the site. See Example.
Display special offers – Our special offers feature sits at the very top of your page letting our readers know about any offers that you are running. Your offers can be changed as often as you like allowing you to run weekly or even daily specials to target specific events. See Example.
Advertise on your page – Grab the attention of our readers with a 600 x 100 advertisement on your page. The graphic must be static but can contain a link back to your site. See Example
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