Lyn reviews WP Business Reviews and WP Review Slider premium plugins for displaying reviews on your WordPress website. See how they stack up against each other.
Running a business is one of the most tedious feats you can attempt to accomplish in life. First, you need a product or service to sell and someone to sell it to, which can mean countless hours of building, product testing, and getting a website or brick-and-mortar store set up. Then, after all that, you need to worry about marketing your business so you can actually attract customers and start earning revenue. Unfortunately, marketing is a multi-step process that can be expensive and cumbersome to set up. It’s easy to overlook, but reviews actually play an important role in a business’ marketing strategy. In this post, we’re going to take a look at two WordPress review plugins that allow you to import reviews you’ve received from various platforms and showcase them on your WordPress site. We’ll be taking a look at the features they offer, how easy they are to use, their pricing structures and more.
EDITOR’S NOTE: we were originally going to include a set of three premium plugins from Rich Plugins (that combined provide similar functionality to the ones below) in this review. However, after initially saying they’d provide us with their plugins
Linking to the reviews tab of your Facebook page doesn't work as you might expect. I wrote this guide to get the perfect URL for asking for reviews on Facebook.
So you want to get more Facebook reviews, huh? Whether you’re sending a message on Facebook messenger, posting on Facebook, or sending out an email to all your clients or subscribers, it’s simple, right? You just send them to the reviews tab like this: https://www.facebook.com/StarfishWP/reviews/, right? Facebook’s Review Linking Problem
Not so fast! Whether using our plugin or sending people directly to your Facebook page, you want to make it as simple and easy as possible for them to leave a review, right? Well, if you send them a link like the example above, users who are logged-out of Facebook won’t arrive at the right place! Check our what they’re going to see:
It’s confusing, right? Not only that, using either of those options will not take them back to your reviews page after they login. Another Facebook failure…. Here’s where they will be taken:
If they use the normal, top-right login (#1), they’ll just end up on their normal feed, with nothing to do with your page at all!
If they use the “Log In” button at the bottom (#2), they’ll be taken to your page, but not the Reviews section, where you want them