Google raises Google Seller Ratings threshold from 30 to 150 reviews

Google raises Google Seller Ratings threshold from 30 to 150 reviews

Google raises Google Seller Ratings threshold from 30 to 150 reviews

Google have confirmed the amount of reviews to qualify for Google Seller Ratings (GSR) has risen from 30 to 150.

It’s a big change and one that might not be immediately welcome. However, this change presents an opportunity to engage with more of your customers to truly stand above the competition.

Here we’ve tried to answer all of your questions about what the change means for you and online reviews overall.

The Key Conversion Factor Finance Companies Are Missing

The Key Conversion Factor Finance Companies Are Missing

The Key Conversion Factor Finance Companies Are Missing

My Dad has used the same brand of razors for 45 years. He’s a loyal Gillette customer. Unless there is some type of apocalypse and Gillette goes out of business, he’ll never buy another kind of razor. He just trusts them.

 

5 Secrets to Improve Your Landing Page Performance

5 Secrets to Improve Your Landing Page Performance

5 Secrets to Improve Your Landing Page Performance

Landing pages are proven way to drive and convert traffic. Yet 78% of businesses are not satisfied with conversion rates. Are your landing pages working as well as they should be?

If you’re like the majority of marketers unhappy with the performance of their landing pages, check out these tips to improve conversions and increase ROI from your ad spend.

How to Eliminate Customer Hesitation, and Get the Sale

How to Eliminate Customer Hesitation, and Get the Sale

How to Eliminate Customer Hesitation, and Get the Sale

Have you ever bought something because of its excellent guarantee?

If your product is strong, the implementation of a risk reversal is worth the reward.  

Risk reversal is the feature you offer to diminish your customers’ fears, and get them to commit to purchase/conversion/subscription.

How One Online Startup Wins by Building Trust

How One Online Startup Wins by Building Trust

How One Online Startup Wins by Building Trust

As an up-and-coming online deal site, Rush49 realized they needed a way to prove their legitimacy. As a newer, less-known company, offering incredibly low prices, it was possible consumers thought they were “too good to be true.” In November 2015, they signed up with Trustpilot to collect customer reviews and build their reputation.