How to Send A Link to Request a Google Review
This question has been asked by our clients many times.
Here is how to send a link to request a Google Review.
1. Go to your Google My Business page on the web (just type the name of your business into the browser, it should show up).
2. Scroll down on the right and click 'Write a Review'.
3. When the next window pops up you will want to copy the url that appears in your browser. This is the link you will want to share with your customers to request a review.
You can build this into your email signature, share it social media, or in the body of your email newsletter.
If you have further questions, just ask...
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