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Have you ever walked into a store or visited their website and seen an award that says “Voted #1 in 2010”?
Doesn’t that beg the question and make you wonder what happened since then; who has won it this year?
This situation can be likened to when car dealers have a lapse in (getting) consumers reviews on dealer review sites
– like Google, Yelp, Dealer Rater, Women-Drivers.com etc. On our site, we have some dealers with great overall scores, but they haven’t had a single review in months. That sends mixed signals and red flags to customers.
Think about it...having an exceptional score has a lot less credibility to your prospects if there is a huge gap in time with the reviews last posted. It certainly is an indicator that something has changed and could even be detrimental to your business!
Did You Know?
67% of women say they are less likely to purchase a product they were considering after reading negative online reviews – and old reviews can have the same effect.
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