How to Create a Google Review Link on Google My Business


Review us on Google header with link icon

Keeping an active and up-to-date Google My Business page is an excellent way to increase your online presence. Aside from completing your company name, address, and hours of operation, listing your products and services, adding photos, and making regular posts, inviting customer reviews can give a boost to your visibility. To do that, follow these easy steps:

1. Go to google.com/business to sign into your Google My Business account.
2. If you manage more than one business, the Manage locations page will open.
3. Click on the name of the business. The Google My Business dashboard will open.
4. Scroll down to the “Get more reviews” box on the lower right-hand side of the Google My Business dashboard. 

5. Click the Share review form button. The Request reviews window will open.

Google My Business Request reviews window

6. Click the short link that appears. This copies the link. Now paste it wherever you like to share with your clients and colleagues. 
7. You can use the tinyurl.com service to track clicks. However, be sure to use the Request reviews Google link to send people directly to the review form on your Google My Business page. 
8. Done!

Whenever you get a new review, remember to respond promptly and amiably. Thank satisfied customers for taking the time to share their feedback. Thank anyone with less than high praise as well and do your best to rectify any challenge or missed opportunity for an excellent experience. Your friendliness and accessibility will increase the positive effect of your Google My Business efforts. 

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About Brian Loebig

Owner of LoebigInk.com, author of TheInkBlog.net, CriminalThinking.net and part-time Technology Manager for the Alliance for Performance Excellence, Brian has over 15 years of experience working in the quality improvement, human services and technology fields as an administrator and consultant. Brian has also worked as a practitioner and administrator in the corrections, substance abuse and human services fields with a special emphasis on technology. He continues to work with numerous community-based non-profits as a web technology consultant, board member and volunteer. Feel free to .
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