90% of consumers read online reviews before visiting a business. And 88% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations. Review ratings are the biggest driver of clicks on local search engine results pages. The question is, do you have the right tools to make reviews of your competitive advantage?
We make it easy for you to get reviews and easy for your happiest customers to share their experience on important review sites.
We monitor Google, Facebook, TripAdvisor, Yell and many more sites for your reviews, so you'll never miss an issue, which helps you stay on top of your reputation.
Don't just collect reviews. Let's showcase your very best reviews. We turn your happy customers into advocates to help grow your business.
Managing and collecting reviews can be a headache, especially if you don’t know where to start or have the right tools. But it’s a valuable and important part of every business’s growth strategy.
Net Promoter Score (NPS) is a commonly-used system for gauging the satisfaction of customers. It asks customers to state how likely they would be to recommend a business to their friends and family. Our system collects this information and gives you key performance indicators (KPI) with attractive visualisations and options to understand, analyse and measure your feedback and campaigns. What is your Net Promoter Score?
Search engines factor in your review profile (including quality and quantity) when calculating your search position. Data shows that if you’re trying to rank well in local search, your small business will achieve a higher position if you have plenty of customer reviews.
Having an effective online reputation management system will impact your local SEO.
Reviews are crucial to achieving other business goals, such as gaining credibility and establishing trust. Working with Dynamics Tech, you can gain more calls, more bookings, and make sales using our Reputation Management Services (RMS).
Search engines factor in your review profile (including quality and quantity) when calculating your search position. Data shows that your small business will likely achieve a higher position if you’re trying to rank well in local search if you have plenty of customer reviews.
Having an effective online reputation management system will have an impact on your local SEO.
Reviews are crucial to achieving other business goals, such as gaining credibility and establishing trust. Working with Dynamics Tech, you can gain more calls, more bookings and make sales using our Reputation Management Services (RMS).
Our all-in-one online reputation management software helps you respond to customer reviews no matter where they are, so you never miss an issue. Here are just a few sites we monitor for reviews.
Send branded email & SMS campaigns to your customers to collect reviews. Improve trust & credibility. Gain in-store reviews. Collect more reviews than before.
Choose from over 200 review sites covering 40 different industry niches, and covering the UK, USA, Aus. and Canada.
Don't just waste time checking; we send you weekly email alerts about your reviews. Then log in to manage them.
For Google and Facebook reviews, respond to them within a single system. No more switching between the two.
Apologies and sympathise with your response to the negative review. You might not like it, but having the tools to respond quickly to negative reviews will help your reputation.
Say goodbye to static review widgets. Get dynamic and real-time customer feedback reviews directly onto your site.
You can get our online reputation management software as a standalone solution and service, or let us be your local SEO agency.
Your online reputation is how others see your business, services, and products when looking for you online. This includes online reviews. Online Reputation management from Dynamics Tech provides a means of enhancing your brand reputation with tools to generate more online reviews. Other vital services we offer include online monitoring, content creation, social media, review management, crisis response, positive reputation management and strategic public relations.
Keeping track of your online brand reputation isn’t always easy if you don’t have the right tools. Depending on the size of your business, you could use news monitoring services like Meltwater or free services such as Google Alerts that look for your brand name in their search results. Social media mentions many paid and free tools to try like Hootsuite, TweetDeck, or services like Loomy, Social Baker. Here at Dynamics Tech, we monitor sites like Google, Facebook, Yell, and TripAdvisor and alert you when customers leave feedback so you can react and respond quickly.
Everyone now has easy access to a Google search engine or uses social media, meaning people don’t have to look far to find either positive content or negative content about various brands, products or services.
A positive online brand reputation will inspire customer loyalty, drive bottom-line growth, and improve your customer’s confidence in your company’s brand reputation.
There are proven strategies you can use to improve your online presence. Foremost, understand how your customers find you and interact with you. According to Adaptive Marketing, 97% of consumers use the internet to find a business. That’s why having an online presence is important. Google your own business, your products or services, and see what results come up. If you can’t find what you are looking for, imagine what it is like for your customers.
Optimise how visitors find you in search results. If you already have a website, focus on Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and consider running online ad campaigns.
If you are a small or new business, create a Google My Business account and optimise your profile.
If customers are already looking for you online, then what feedback are they leaving about your business? How many reviews do you have compared to your competitors? What tools are you using to help collect reviews and feedback? What metrics are you using to understand how customers feel, such as the Net Promoter Score system?
Produce content, showcase who you are, what you do, and how your products and services solve customers’ problems and stand out from your competitors. Use social media like Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, Pinterest, Etsy, Poshmark, Goodreads, or Amazon to amplify your messages and put your products or services in front of more customers.
According to fastcompany.com, poor reputations often stem from one of three reasons: your attitude, behaviour, or lack of professionalism. One of our clients received a 1 Star review complaint on Google. The owner was devastated but knew deep down it wasn’t anything they had done wrong. The customer wasn’t happy with the treatment results. Our customer received nothing lower than 5 stars, so this was an enormous blow.
Still, the business bounced back by focusing on their live customers and as soon as possible gained ten new 5-star reviews within a week on Google to counteract one negative feedback. You can only do this if you have the right reputation management service tools to keep your reputation in place.