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You know generally that reviews are important for your business, and you may even know that they are becoming more imperative every day. But with all the day-to-day business priorities you manage, how important are they, really, for you?
Answer: A lot.
A great infographic just came out on this topic with some great statistics to share here. Depending on how your reviews currently stack up, some of these numbers are good and some are bad, but all are noteworthy:
There are some overwhelmingly loud messages here.
Not a week goes by that a client doesn’t ask us what else they can be doing to ensure their online success, and one part of our answer is always the same: Focus on getting more reviews about your business online. The stats very clearly show why.
We believe that with smart online marketing efforts, small and medium-sized businesses can remain competitive and even grow their business significantly. What's our secret? It's pretty simple: choose the most effective marketing tactics and execute them flawlessly. But while our approach may seem simple on the surface, it requires daily dedication to both the big picture and the smallest of details. In the truest sense of partnership, we don't succeed unless you succeed.
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