What Is The Online Reputation Of Your Business?
Build and secure your online reputation. Be aware of your online reviews, increase your leads, and turn customers into loyal fans of your business.
Why Reviews Are Important
- Build Your Brand
- Build Customer Trust
- Help Define Your Reputation
- Capture Feedback
- Monitor Your Online Reputation
- Take control of your online review strategy.
“I enjoy encouraging businesses to ask for reviews. Normally there are many more positive responses than negative. It is an enlightening experience. Even a negative review can be an opportunity to respond, learn, and grow.”
We offer a service that helps monitor and respond to reviews and makes it easy.
This will help you consistently request feedback from your customers that can be used on your website and other materials. It also gives you the ability to request feedback on other websites like Facebook, Google, or Yelp. Once you receive a review in one of these places, we’ll notify you so that you can respond properly.
What You Can Do
- Request and monitor customer feedback
- Engage with your customers to build reviews on multiple platforms
- Encourage feedback from your customers
- Manage negative experiences before they turn into online rants
- Gather honest feedback to gauge performance & improve service
- Listen socially – get notified when new reviews are posted
How It Works
- We’ll discuss your business and find a natural way to work review requests into your current process.
- A simple email program can be implemented to provide customers the ability to leave feedback and a star rating on platforms of your choosing.
- Easily gather reviews that can be used across marketing materials, creating fresh content, keywords, and improved search results.
- Be notified of online reviews, so you can respond and be aware of your online reputation.
What Our Clients Have to Say
“Vivid Image helped me immensely to better understand the impact online reviews have on a business and why it’s important to monitor our brand and be proactive, instead of reactive.”– Jen Carpenter, JIT Companies