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Import Customer Reviews From Zillow, LinkedIn, Yelp and More!

March 24 2011

peak a booLike most real estate agents, you've likely got customer reviews scattered all around the web on sites like Zillow, LinkedIn, Yelp, and your own website. Keeping up with all of your reviews can be like herding cats. You've probably also experienced the awkwardness and frustration of asking your valuable A-list clients to re-review you on multiple sites, which can cause that good rapport that you spent months cultivating to wear thin.

We've heard you pounding the table for a solution to these major headaches!

Faceified now enables you to import your customer reviews from Zillow, LinkedIn, Yelp, your own website, and any other site. You no longer need to request reviews from the same clients over and over again. Simply request customer reviews one time using any service, and import the reviews to Faceified. You can, of course, also use Faceified to request new customer reviews.

Each review you import to Faceified will indicate which site the review came from, display the reviewer’s name, and include a link to the original review, providing your potential customers with a balanced view of you from multiple channels.  All of this increases trust and legitimacy, which are essential for enhancing your online reputation and brand.

In addition, having your customer reviews in one place means that your prospective clients don’t have to spend time scouring the web looking for reviews about you.  Instead, you will be making it easy for potential customers to learn more about you by bringing your customer reviews to them.

Maybe most importantly, consolidating your customer reviews on Faceified means that your reputation is now portable.  You can take your reputation anywhere by simply inserting your Faceified Seal, which looks like a digital business card, in your Craigslist listings, blog, website, email signature, and more.  Anyone who clicks on your Seal will be able to read all of your customer reviews and learn more about you in just one place.


How to Import Customer Reviews to Faceified:

1. Create a Faceified Account

Simply go to www.faceified.com to sign-up.  It’s free and takes 30 seconds.  Take a minute to customize your Faceified Seal by adding a picture and your business contact information.  Make sure to also verify your email.

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2.  Import Customer Reviews

Click on “Get Reviews.”

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Under the “Import Reviews” tab, submit the public URL of where your reviews are located (e.g. Zillow, Yelp, LinkedIn, your own website, etc.).  Important: your reviews must be publically visible via the link you submit in order for your reviews to be imported.

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3. Confirm Import & Manage Reviews

We’ll contact you and ask you to confirm your reviews import. Then, you can log-in to your Faceified account to manage your reviews.

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4.  Take Your Reputation Anywhere

You can insert your Faceified Seal in your Craigslist listings, blog, website, or even use it as an email signature.

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Anyone who clicks on your Seal can easily read all of your reviews and discover your other social media presences in just one place.

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Get started importing your customer reviews from around the web, requesting new reviews, and enhancing your online reputation now by going to www.faceified.comwww.faceified.com

Want to be an insider and among the first to hear about new features on Faceified?  Let us know your email and we’ll keep you in the loop.

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This post originally appeared on Tech Savvy AgentTech Savvy Agent which is the reigning Inman News Most Innovative Blog in Real Estate. Tech Savvy Agent's Co-Founder Chris Smith was recently named the people's choice as the most influential person in the real estate industry largely due to his social media engagement on their Facebook PageFacebook Page and on TwitterTwitter.