New free tool for Google+Local reviews


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It works great. And I like the few design options. Thanks for creating that, Phil (and Darren). I'm looking forward to version 1.1 which has the added feature of harassing people until they leave a review. Keep us posted, Phil.
 
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Awesome! Thanks a lot Phil and Darren! Great job guys!

As you know, I use your Google Reviews Handout a lot so it's always nice to see new features being added. I've had a chance to test the new tool out and it works very fast indeed!

I'd also like to compliment you on the new designs that have been added. As I mentioned on the post comments, they add a different "tone" to it all. I think clients will appreciate the variety. Although, I have to say, I am such a fan of the "classic"!:D
 

Bishop

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Jimmity-christmas those are some complicated diagrams.
I did the same thing in two steps on the back of my business card.
P.S. You have a great website Phil!

Happy with our service? Write us a review!

1) If you don't have a Google account,
make one here: goo.gl/fn07S8

2) Go here: goo.gl/bcoCiE
And click the “Write a review” button
 

Phil Rozek

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Thanks for your compliments, Bishop!

It looks like you have a good system. The review handout I designed - the one that’s pretty plain-looking and that’s on my site - has been battle-tested over two years and about 600 business owners and my clients. It’s true there’s a decent number of steps, but customers find that to be helpful. It walks them through each step. Google Plus isn’t laid out very intuitively, so the people who would need any instructions at all generally need those instructions to go into a little detail.

 

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Thanks for your compliments, Bishop!

It looks like you have a good system. The review handout I designed - the one that?s pretty plain-looking and that?s on my site - has been battle-tested over two years and about 600 business owners and my clients. It?s true there?s a decent number of steps, but customers find that to be helpful. It walks them through each step. Google Plus isn?t laid out very intuitively, so the people who would need any instructions at all generally need those instructions to go into a little detail.

Yeah, I agree Phil, google makes it hard to get a review from customers.
 

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