No matter what type of business or organization you have, listings and review sites play an important role in getting found online, generating awareness, and helping people determine whether or not they want to choose your business.
It’s not enough to just set up your profile on a few listings and review sites. It’s important to know how to use these sites in a way that’s going to generate business and make potential buyers want to learn more.
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That’s why, during this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn:
- How to get started: Where to be and how to optimize your profile
- How to encourage people to leave reviews
- How to maintain your listing & review pages over time
It’s essential to claim your profile on a few listing sites, increasing your chances of showing up in the search results.
Here’s what real small businesses said when asked if they’ve claimed any listings and review sites:
Responding to reviews is another important piece of the puzzle.
Here’s what small businesses said when asked how they feel about responding to reviews:
Besides Yelp and Google, here are other sites where your peers are listed:
Listing sites in bold were mentioned by multiple participants when asked which sites they are already listed on.
- Angie’s List
- Glass Door
- Best of the Web
- Chamber of Commerce
- Great Nonprofits
- Guild Quality
- Home Light
- Medical Referral Sites
- The Knot
- Wedding Wire
- Weddings of Distinction
“I’m new to marketing and I’ve seen reviews on websites but didn’t realize just how important they were in keeping your status on search engines. I was taught a whole new way of bringing more attention to our website. I’ll get to work on this right away. Thank you.”
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