Always remember to address the root cause of the problem; stop beating around the bush
With the rise of social media and internet marketing, customers could have a plethora of information- about your product, with a single google search. So, why don’t you harness this fact in your online marketing? Gaining customers’ trust in your products would require you to have good reviews. Getting good reviews would require some techniques.
Be proactive with your review request
You should know that your customers are also busy; trying to make ends meet. Stopping by on a website to leave a comment about your product could be mission impossible, if not pushed a little. Yeah, most of the time customers’ willingness to talk about your product is fueled by extreme positive or negative experiences. You have got to give them a little push. According to power reviews; 80% of reviews from customers originate from emails sent to these customers. So, don’t laze around expecting customers to drop good reviews; reach out to them!
Promote the good, sort out the bad.
Having a customer talk bad about your product should be the last thing on your agenda. It is impossible to have positive customer reviews from all customers; however, it is possible to change the bad experiences from customers to a positive one.
Use Google alerts
If you are looking for a cost-effective method of controlling your review online, here you go! Google alert is a free online tool you can use to your advantage. Tell google alert specific keywords to watch out for as well as the sites you want to be given updates about.
Display the reviews on your sites
It won’t be appropriate to leave the review management of external websites- get your website on it too. Reviews are essential to trust signals you could use to both boost customers trust and skyrocket sales.
Good response to negative reviews
In case you are at sea on how to answer negative reviews, they are important rules. Always remember to address the root cause of the problem; stop beating around the bush. Give an offer of making sorting things out. Make sure your response is timely. And of course, don’t forget to thank the customer for patronizing you.