Review Requests Made Easy When Reputation Marketing

Before you can engage in Reputation Marketing you have to build your online reputation. That starts with requesting reviews from satisfied customers. The easier you make it for you and your customer, they more successful your reputation marketing efforts will be. These videos show you how to make 1 click easy to send a review request to a customer.

The key to making it easy for you is to predefine what you send depending on what the customer needs to give you your review. Here’s how you do it using Microsoft Outlook 2007 or newer with QuickParts  or GMail using Canned Responses.

 Outlook Version

GMail Version

The key to making it easy for you is to predefine what you send depending on what the customer needs to give you the review you ask for.

Here are the 3 reputation marketing email templates in the examples:

Template: Google + User

Hi {insert name],

Thank you for helping me out by taking a few moments leave a positive review online about [Your Company]. It’s really easy!

Since you are already a Google + user you can leave a review here:  Google + Local

Template: Not A Google + User (Private Portal)

Hi {insert name],

Thank you for helping me out by taking a few moments leave a positive review online about [Your Company]. It’s really easy!

Here’s the link to our review portal.

I don’t recommend this template anymore. Use either of the first 2 above to keep it simple and keep you in control!

Template:Self Post Other 

 

Hi {insert name],

Thank you for helping me out by taking a few moments leave a positive review online about [Your Company]. It’s really easy!

Here’s the link to our profile on the site you use:

 

  • Bing Local
  • Insider Pages
  • Yelp
  • Yellow Pages
  • Super Pages
  • Kudzu

Resources: Outlook QuickParts Info

http://m.lifehacker.com/5031083/save-time-and-typing-with-outlook-2007s-quick-parts

More On Reputation Marketingreputation marketing, what are they saying about you?

Reputation marketing is an opportunity that was born with the emergence of what is now being called a reputation economy. Most business owners would agree that there’s nothing more important to your business than your reputation, so that hasn’t changed. What has changed is that reputation is no longer simply word-of-mouth but is now an integral part of the online experience for consumers and businesses alike. Because the power to place influential evidence of your businesses reputation online now lies firmly in the hands of consumers, the business leaders of the next year will be the ones who successfully manage to cultivate and maintain a five-star reputation moving forward. If you think about it, it’s clear that once you get behind your competition with regard to managing and marketing a good reputation the only way to catch up as if they stopped doing it or you work twice as hard at it long enough to catch and pass them. the importance of reputation as always a reality now the opportunity is asking you, what you going to do about it? I suggest reputation marketing.

Topic: Reputation Marketing, Email templates