Trustpilot Culture Series: Constantly Curious

Trustpilot Culture Series: Constantly Curious

Trustpilot Culture Series: Constantly Curious

In this series, we’ll introduce the seven core competencies that each Trustie embodies. We will dive into what they mean to us here at Trustpilot, and how they impact our organization as we continue to grow.

5 ways Vivint uses reviews to generate quality leads

5 ways Vivint uses reviews to generate quality leads

5 ways Vivint uses reviews to generate quality leads

Data from an FBI crime report shows that we can expect one in every 36 homes in the United States to be burglarized each year, resulting in an average loss of $2,230 per break in. This startling statistic is what drives many homeowners to look for solutions to safeguard their families and possessions. With so many home security systems on the market and the commitment of contracts to consider, choosing a home security system isn’t easy.

Trustpilot mentioned in the news, and what it means for you!

Trustpilot mentioned in the news, and what it means for you!

Trustpilot mentioned in the news, and what it means for you!

The segment discussed a recent trend within online shopping in which clothing vendors advertise designer clothing and accessories for bargain prices. Consumers are convinced to purchase based on the seemingly incredible deals, but when they receive the items they’re cheaply made, ill-fitting, and look nothing like the advertisement.

It’s All in the Data:  See How Reviews can Improve Your Business

It’s All in the Data: See How Reviews can Improve Your Business

It’s All in the Data:  See How Reviews can Improve Your Business

We’re well on our way through 2016’s first quarter and with that comes analysis, strategic planning and budget allocation for the coming year. If you’re trying to implement a new ‘Voice of the Customer’ program -- or even improve your existing customer feedback strategy --, then look no further. We’ve already done the research to support your conversation about customer feedback.

Optimizing Paid Search with Google’s New Ad Layout

Optimizing Paid Search with Google’s New Ad Layout

Optimizing Paid Search with Google’s New Ad Layout

If Google is your default search engine, or if your business is spending in paid search, you probably noticed a change in the search engine results page (SERP) in the last few days as Google has moved to a more mobile optimized results page for “commercial queries.” With this change, Google has eliminated the ads on the side bar of the SERP moving from 11 ads down to 7 ads on a page with 4 ads at the top of the page and 3 at the bottle below the organic results.