When it comes to showcasing your Google reviews, adding your customer feedback to your website can work wonders. You can really improve your business’s trustworthiness and make the most out of your reviews at the same time.
In this guide, we’ll be giving you a few simple options to show you how you can showcase your reviews on your website.
Adding Google Reviews to Your Website
- Find a Plug-In That Works for You
- Create a Reviews Page
- Manually Enter the Reviews
1. Find a Plug-in That Works on Your Website’s Platform
There are so many different platforms that your website could be hosted on. WordPress, Wix, and Squarespace are some of the most common ones that you might have heard of. It’s surprising to many, however, that the vast majority of websites are hosted through WordPress.
This means that there’s a plug-in for almost everything that would work on a WordPress site. And, as other platforms are catching up, there are many options available to those who are looking for a plug-in for their site.
To find a plug-in that works for you, simply use Google to search for “Google reviews plug-in” + your platform.
For example, a search for “Google Reviews Plug-in WordPress” brought up this search results page:
Take your time and browse these results to find the best option for you. To give you a more specific example, one of the top results for our search was for the “WP Google Review Slider.” Here’s how this plug-in makes your reviews look on your website!
2. Create a Reviews Page or Section
No matter what option you pick, make sure you’re creating a dedicated space to display your reviews. For many businesses, a page titled Reviews, Testimonials, or Customer Feedback is all that’s needed to route potential customers straight to your reviews.
Take a look at this example page below:
You may also want to create a section on your home page to display your reviews in addition to having a dedicated page for them. This will allow you to showcase your Google reviews to as many eyes as possible!
3. Manually Enter the Reviews
If you weren’t able to find a plug-in that works for you, you can always manually enter your reviews. Simply access your reviews on Google, and create a document with all of the reviews that you’d like to feature.
You can then upload each review onto your website to showcase it. When going through this process, some business owners choose to omit their customer’s last name. This is up to your discretion when uploading your reviews.
And, with those easy steps, you can show off your Google reviews directly on your website!