You’ll quickly and easily get more Google reviews (the most you can possibly get) when you follow all 10 of our review marketing “best practices.”
Yes, you can ask for Google reviews as long as you don’t solicit reviews in bulk, pay for reviews, or gate reviews.
Yes, you can delete a review on Google if the review is fake, off topic, misleading, hateful, explicit, or written by someone who isn’t your customer.
It can take several days for Google to remove a review that has been flagged as inappropriate.
Get more Google reviews and higher star ratings by asking every customer, optimizing conversions, keeping reviews fresh, and avoiding sudden spikes.
It’s illegal in the US and many other countries to offer incentives for Google reviews unless the reviewer states that the review was paid for.
Your Google reviews may not show up if they have spam signals, a competitor flags reviews, customers didn’t really write reviews, or there’s a delay.
To show Google reviews on your WordPress website, we recommend the Google Reviews Widget plugin for ease of use and bad review filtering.
You get a star rating on Google search results by using a schema.org plugin, and you get stars for Google Ads with the seller ratings ad extension.
Yes, Google reviews help with SEO so much that they’re the most effective way local businesses improve their search rankings.