Be a small startup company with a few people working or a big one with thousands, only a few bad reviews are enough to increase your blood pressure.
Imagine that you pick up your smartphone to view a new notification and encounter with a bad review that one of your customers provided. What would be your first reaction?
I can hear what you say. Yes, that’s not fair! Of course, you never want any review that you can’t present as a testimonial. Bad reviews are like the dust that we want to sweep under the carpet. None of us wants them, but they come to us anyway.
There are many places for who wants to give you a one-star review. This can be your company website, blog page, social media accounts, and so on. It is pretty easy to deal with bad reviews in places under your control, just delete it. However, what about the third-party sites?
The most popular third-party review places are:
Even one bad review in these places has enough power to decrease your earnings and drive you to failure. Plus, the worse thing than a bad review is the inability of removing it.
“A bad review may spoil your breakfast, but you shouldn’t allow it to spoil your lunch.” ─ Kingsley Amis.
Bad reviews are frightening, but to handle them greenly is deadly. As we mentioned before, you can have hypertension when you see a bad review about your company. Therefore, you should calm down and take a deep breath to avoid making mistakes.
Here are some of the best practices you should do with a bad review:
Yes. Objection AI is the needle that you’re looking for in the haystack. It monitors your business, predicts removal outcomes and helps you with removing fake and unfair reviews. For further information, please take your time to read the success stories of our customers.
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