phone503-890-6663

List Of Internet Review Websites (And How To Get 5-Stars)

5-star reviews guaranteed

Interested in learning how to get more reviews on any of the internet review websites listed below?

Simply complete the form on this page.

Request Quote

*All fields required, please


List Of Review Websites

Review Website
Cost Per Review
Aaacreditguide
tbd
Amazon
$30
Angies List
tbd
BBB
$50
Bestcompany
tbd
Bestdebtcompanys
tbd
Birdeye
tbd
Bizapedia
$30
Booking
tbd
BuildZoom
tbd
CarGurus
$40
ConsumerAffairs
$50
Consumersadvocate
n/a
Creditzipper
n/a
Expedia.com
n/a
Facebook
$30
Glassdoor
$40
Google
$30
Healthgrades
$30
Highya
tbd
HomeAdvisor
tbd
Hotelplanner
tbd
Hotels
tbd
Indeed
$40
Kayak
tbd
Mapquest
tbd
Networx
$30
OpenTable
$30
Orbitz
tbd
Porch
$30
Rate Mds
$30
Rate A Biz
tbd
Reach150
$30
RealSelf
$30
Reviewopedia
tbd
SiteJabber
$30
Supermoney
tbd
Superpages
tbd
Thumbtack
tbd
Top10debtconsolidation
tbd
Toptenreviews
tbd
Travelocity
tbd
TripAdvisor
$30
Trivago
tbd
TrustLink
$30
TrustPilot
$125
Yellowpages
$30
Yelp
$150

Reviews & Online Reputation Management

Many businesses wind up with a bad reputation online and have been victimized by nasty reviews by one of the following:

  • Disgruntled Employee Tirade – Former employees who go on a rampage posting negative reviews at many different sites. These are tough to dispute because former employees often possess inside information that is critical to your business. When an upset employee decides to “go postal” he/she can wreak havoc on your reputation on the internet, costing you thousands in lost revenue.
  • Negative Fake Reviews – Some of our clients suspect competitors trying to sabotage their business by posting fake or false reviews on their Yelp, Google+ and other influential sites.
  • Yelp Bullshit – I can’t tell you how many emails I get every month from people begging to have Yelp reviews removed. Businesses who have a sterling reputation everywhere you look, someone wind up getting killed because some irrational customer decided to slam them on Yelp. Yes, some reviews may be true, but most of the time, I hear stories from business owners saying, “I run a great business and now one person is ruining it.” And Yelp won’t do anything about it; other than to say their algorithm is good at filtering out legitimate reviews. Oh yeah? Then how come so many companies are complaining about Yelp?

We’ve developed methods to help you regain control on your internet reputation by establishing a steady stream of good reviews.

Fill out our form and let us know how we can help you get more 5-star reviews.

Comments are closed.