Do you use/trust online reviews?

User Reviews are the King

There’s no doubt that user-submitted online reviews have a big impact on people’s purchasing decisions. The real question is whether or not you can trust the reviews you read.

I was just teaching a class the other day where I explained how I evaluate which app to download on to my smartphone when I’m presented with a dozen or so like apps after performing a search. My strategy is two-fold. First, I look for apps with mainly 4-star or 5-star ratings. Then, I look to see how many people represent that rating.

For example, if I see a 5-star rating but it is only based on 12 people’s reviews, I likely won’t download the app. But if I see a 4.5-star rating based on 1,540 people’s reviews, I have more faith that the app is probably worth checking out.

User Reviews are the King

The following infographic is geared mainly towards businesses but I thought you all might enjoy reading the statistics presented in the infographic anyway. I think you’ll be amazed just how powerful online reviews really are.

User Reviews are the King

Google Suite Cheat Sheet

Shout out to WebsiteBuilder.org for putting together this infographic. You can see the full article they wrote that accompanies this infographic by using the following link: How Online Reviews Can Either Make Or Break Your Business?

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