Webfuel have developed a company & product review platform, www.reviewist.co.uk.
With Reviewist you can issue unlimited invitations to your customers, or accept unsolicited reviews, either from the Reviewist website or with forms embedded into your own website.
We provide a range of widgets to present your reviews and average ratings on your own website. We also send all your review data to Google and if you accumulate enough high quality reviews you can earn Google stars on your local search engine listings.
Best of all the price of www.reviewist.co.uk is a fraction of the price of competing services such as TrustPilot.
Send unlimited review invitations to your customers, automate the sending of invitations whenever you make a sale, even on our free trial service.
Accept reviews for your company, or for specific products by assigning a product reference to reviews. Show all your reviews, or just the reviews for a single product on one page.
We feed all your review data to Google. If you can collect enough high quality reviews Google can reward you with review stars on your local search results.
Engaging with reviews, particularly if they aren't 5-star can build customer trust and confidence and turn a bad review into a great advert for your customer service.
Our review platform charges a fraction of the price of others. The platform is entirely free for up to 10 reviews so you can try without risk.
All our customers are assigned an account manager who will help you through the process of getting setup collecting reviews and integrating with your website.
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