Webfuel are proud to announce the launch of www.reviewist.co.uk, a review collection service that can be integrated with any website.
1 in 4 website visitors will check for a review before making a purchase. With www.reviewist.co.uk you can collect reviews, send invitations (either directly or automatically), verify the email address of your customer, and present your reviews on your website. The review system is entirely integrated into our cloud hosted content management system so you can manage your website and reviews all in one place.
We also report your reviews to Google using industry standard HTML Schema Markup. This ensures Google recognises the reviews and if you accumulate enough high quality reviews Google can reward you with a star rating on your website listing.
The service is entirely FREE for up to 10 reviews so you can try it out risk free, without any obligation. After that it's just £9 per month until you earn 50 reviews, and £19 per month until you earn 500 reviews! This is a fraction of the price of other major review collection services.
If your website is hosted on our Content Management System we can integrate the review collection forms directly into your website. If you have a site hosted elsewhere you can still use our hosted forms on www.reviewist.co.uk. We offer a range of display options for showing the reviews on your website, and of course we're happy to talk about customising a solution to meet your exact needs.
Get started collecting reviews, building trust & earning Google Stars today!
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