This is not just about a Shopper Approved review, it’s a post about how you can use Shopper Approved for other things besides Adwords star ratings.
DISCLAIMER: We referred so many people to Shopper Approved they wanted to partner up with us. Anyone who uses our link gets 60 Day FREE trial, not the 30 day free trial. AND you pay $79/mo, not $99/mo. We put our clients on Shopper Approved. https://www.shopperapproved.com/special/planetmarketing/78
Overall we give Shopper Approved a great 5 star rating. They are the cheapest priced 3rd party review company that will syndicate your reviews to Google Adwords and Bing Ads. Most likely you are just like our clients. You only care about getting star ratings on your paid search ads to beat your competitors. I already did the research for you. You can look at ResellerRatings Pricing (quit hiding your pricing ResellerRatings!). TrustPilot has a free version, but once the free version is up, you’ll be paying $7,188 upfront for the year. You can get it using our TrustPilot partner link. Those two top companies do have other features they will try selling you on, but in the end, all you probably need are star ratings on your ads. Trust Pilot will try and sell you on their community of reviewers.
Here are some AWESOME things we came across using Shopper Approved reviews.
Here’s something else I really like about Shopper Approved. It doesn’t seem like they are a money hungry company like the competitors. They even opened a school in Africa.
We care about helping children in need. Together we can make a brighter future
With the support of our members, last year we changed the lives of 600 children when we helped build the Shalom Primary School in Rongai, a permanent refugee settlement located 3 hours west of Nairobi, Kenya. This year we’re helping to build a high school for this same community, bringing the gift of education to over 1,000 children. In addition, Shopper Approved provides thousands of meals to children each month through feeding programs, in partnership with World Teacher Aid.
To keep this post true to the topic, here’s what I don’t like about Shopper Approved.
Fighting a negative feedback is hard. Sometimes a 1 star review is so absurd, it seems like a fake review and you can’t fight it. They do have some measures to prevent this, but if a pissed off customer leaves a negative review, it’s there forever. You can respond to the negative review though, but sometimes the customer won’t reply and the review stays there. I understand the logic behind it, but sometimes it seems too buyer friendly like Paypal or Ebay.
Where I think they can take it to the next level
Ratings from Shopper Approved are for the company overall. But if Shopper Approved can somehow create a field in their survey and make the review schema.org ready where web developers can feed it into their site, that would be a game changer. I have to do this manually for my clients. In my client’s survey, I ask them what product or service they bought. I take those reviews and make a schema.org aggregate rating. What happens? I get star ratings in my Adwords and Bing Ads AND in organic search results!
Again, here is the 60 Day FREE trial for Shopper Approved
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