Take Control of Your Brand & Generate More Leads
The Internet has changed the way consumers gather information about service companies. Online reviews can make or break online consumer opinion, and negative reviews are all too easy to post. Whether reasonable and justified, or simply a vendetta, negative reviews can ruin your brand, damage your image, and sabotage your company’s profitability.
Effective reputation management requires a disciplined, active approach. Introducing Recommend Me. The program that helps you take control in the Internet age by giving you a systematic plan for getting 5 start reviews and managing negative ones.
Get More Positive Reviews.
Studies have shown that customers are almost 90% more likely to submit a review for your company if the review is requested right after the job is completed. Recommend Me gives you the power to request customer reviews before your technician leaves the driveway. This is an easy to use tool that helps you harvest customer reviews and build your brand online.
Dominate Local SEO.
Recommend Me seamlessly integrates into your company’s website. It allows you to use your online reputation to fill your website with rich, custom content to boost you to the top of the search results. Our plugins are designed to let you sort your reviews according to the towns you service and to provide future customers with the trust they need to pick up the phone.
Put Your Reputation to Work
Recommend Me makes it easy for you to harvest positive reviews from your customers and to show off your success on your website. Positive reviews make potential customers 90% more likely to make a purchase, so you’ll gain new customers with this awesome new "word–of–mouth" tool!
Get Tons of Reviews from All Over the Web.
The more positive reviews you have on various review websites, the more opportuities you have to generate leads and convert prospects into long–term customers. Not only can Recommend Me help you harvest reviews for your own website, but it can be a great tool to help you and your business track what people are saying about you on top directories such as Yelp, Kudzu and others. When your customers leave you a review in Recommend Me, they’ll be prompted to leave you the same review on one of these popular directories. No need to Google yourself or spend hours searching for the right profiles––we’ll take out the middle man and get you the reviews you need!
Don’t Let Negative Reviews Harm Your Business
Although negative reviews can potentially harm your reputation, many go unnoticed. Recommend Me allows you to reach out to upset customers and get quality feedback in order to rectify the situation and save the customer relationship. By curbing the pervasive influence such negative reviews have in your local community, you can improve your appeal to new customers when they’re ready to call for service.
How It Works
Our dashboard provides a snap shot of your latest review statistics. It provides a break down of your positive, negative and neutral reviews from the past 30 days. It also displays a five week breakdown to cross compare your weekly activity.
This page breaks down the average ratings for your location(s). Your average ratings are updated on a daily basis and it cross compares your total average ratings to 30 days ago. It also allows you to sort by lowest/highest ratings and provides you with the total number of reviews per location.
This page aggregates all of your online reviews from across the web to one central location. The reviews are listed in chronological order and each review includes the date, source, rating and reply link.
Here's what people say:
We have used several companies for online marketing and spent lots of money with mediocre results. With iMarket, our dollar is definitely going a lot further than it ever has before and our confidence to grow our company with them as a partner is incredibly strong.
John Dietz JD Plumbing Company
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