Benefits of Customer Reviews

There are two major reasons why customer reviews are important. First, negative or neutral reviews provide your company with an opportunity to learn and develop. You can see exactly where your business is failing to meet customer needs and remove common roadblocks in the customer journey.

For particularly poor reviews, reps can follow up with these customers and prevent potential churn. They can highlight specific pain points and craft personalized responses geared to specific problems. This makes your customer service team appear more invested in your customers’ goals, which results in fewer negative reviews and increased customer retention.

The other major reason for obtaining reviews is the opportunity to share them with potential customers. Positive reviews can be used as customer testimonials during lead acquisition and can help you add more contacts to your CRM. In fact, 92% of consumers are more likely to purchase a product after reading a positive online review. So, don’t just pat yourself on the back the next time you get a five-star review; Make sure everyone knows how good a job your company is doing.

With that in mind, it’s not safe to assume we all know where to track down those positive customer reviews. I mean, we might all be able to rattle off one or two sites (“Yelp! And I think you can get them to show up in Google Maps, too?”), but we don’t exactly have a laundry list of options at our disposal

Check out our list of the best product review websites for B2B and B2C companies. Keep in mind that every industry has niche sites, too. For instance, those in the restaurant industry may want to be on UrbanSpoon or OpenTable. This blog post won’t get into sites that are specific to one industry, but it will provide review sites that apply to businesses in almost any industry.

Best Customer Review Sites

  1. Amazon Customer Reviews
  2. Angie’s List
  3. Choice
  4. Trustpilot
  5. TestFreaks
  6. Which?
  7. ConsumerReports
  8. Consumer Affairs
  9. TripAdvisor
  10. Yelp
  11. Citysearch
  12. Google My Business
  13. Yahoo! Local Listings
  14. Influenster
  15. FinancesOnline
  16. Compare Camp
  17. G2 Crowd
  18. TrustRadius
  19. GoodFirms
  20. Salesforce AppExchange
  21. Better Business Bureau
  22. Glassdoor
  23. Manta
  24. Capterra
  25. HundredX
  26. Facebook Ratings and Reviews
  27. Twitter
  28. Foursquare
  29. Superpages
  30. Top Ten Reviews
  31. Your Own Website

Customer Review Sites for B2C Companies

1. Amazon Customer Reviews

Amazon was one of the first online stores to allow consumers to post reviews of products in 1995, and it remains one of the most important resources for consumers looking to make informed purchase decisions. Even if people can and even do buy a product elsewhere, if it’s sold on Amazon.com — unless it’s gasoline or drug paraphernalia, that is — then many people will look up its Amazon review before they decide to buy.

What’s going to separate your product from one that looks just like it? Those shiny gold stars and good customer reviews. Products are rated on a five-star rating scale, which is broken down by percentage of reviews per star, followed by most helpful customer reviews and most recent customer reviews.

2. Angie’s List

Geared toward U.S.-based service businesses, Angie’s List is a “higher-end” review site, because users actually have to pay for membership. But you get what you pay for. The reviews, given on an A–F scale, are typically very well-thought out — not a lot of that ranting and raving that’s more common on free review sites. The reviews can’t be anonymous, which helps cut down on fake or misrepresentative reviews, and companies are allowed to respond to the reviews posted about them, too.

It’s free to set up a page for your company. Once you have yours, encourage your customers who are on Angie’s List to leave reviews there — members are the only ones allowed to do it!

3. Choice

Have customers in Australia? Choice is a member-funded review website based in Australia. Choice independently tests products and services and provides performance reviews to their members. The bulk of their work involves testing products and services themselves, creating product comparisons, and writing buying guides. In addition, though, they do allow members to rate and discuss specific product brands and models with other Choice members. If you have customers in Australia, we recommend encouraging those who are on CHOICE to leave reviews there.

4. Trustpilot

Trustpilot is a fast-growing, community-driven consumer review platform based in Denmark, although they’ve expanded out of Europe into 65 countries, including the U.S. The platform for businesses helps companies from all over the world proactively collect customer reviews. It’s the customers who write both product and seller reviews, keeping it third-party verified.

While they have a basic version for free (this lets you create a profile page and collect customer reviews), their paid versions let you create customizable review invitations, share ratings and reviews on social media, and link review data to your internal business systems.

5. TestFreaks

Similar to TrustPilot, the Swedish-based TestFreaks helps companies proactively collect customer reviews and write seller reviews to complement them.

Another cool addition? Their question and answer feature, which lets prospective customers post questions and receive answers directly from your customer service team.

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6. Which?

Which? is an independent consumer review organization that tests and reviews products and then writes about them. Unlike Angie’s List, it’s the folks at Which? who write the reviews — not the customers. They don’t accept submissions for product testing or survey inclusion, but they do encourage people to let them know about their products and services by emailing brcpress@which.co.uk.

While this leaves less room for you to influence whether your products end up on their site, it’s still worth knowing about and checking in on this popular site, especially if you have customers in the U.K. The website has product reviews for everything from dishwashers and tablets to cars and credit cards. They test and review all these products themselves, and then write about both their methodologies and results. They also take customer surveys of things like the best and worst firms for customer service.

A lot of their content is free, but customers can become members for £10.75 per month to get access to a “Best Buys” and “Don’t Buy” list, the latest reviews of products from their test labs, and access to their consumer legal advice service.

7. ConsumerReports

A nonprofit organization, ConsumerReports is an independent product testing organization that runs unbiased tests to rate and recommend products. They’ve reviewed over 7.7 million products, accept no advertising, and pay for all products that they test. (Fun fact: They buy and test 80 cars per year!) This is about as legitimate as it gets. As such, there’s not much you can do here “except” if you sell a product, make sure it’s really, really good.

If nothing else, you could take this website as a lesson in excellent content creation. For each product they review, they provide the review criteria, product overviews, a buying guide, and social sharing buttons. It’s all quite comprehensive and, well, helpful. Pretty much the key to great content, am I right?

8. Consumer Affairs

Consumer Affairs is a for-profit organization that reviews companies using an “overall satisfaction rating.” This average is scored on a one to five-star scale that’s updated every time a new review is submitted. Each company’s page provides a list of all its reviews, which includes the consumer’s star rating as well as a short explanation for their score.

Consumer Affairs also allows users to submit review recordings, which are two-minute videos where people talk about their experience with a brand. This makes the review much more compelling because you can actually see the person talk and express their genuine feelings about the company.

9. TripAdvisor

If you’re in the travel, hotel, airline, entertainment, or restaurant industries anywhere in the world, you’ll want to check out the reviews on the popular website TripAdvisor. As the largest travel site in the world, it has over 225 million reviews, opinions, and photos taken by travelers. They also have some awesome content on their about low airfares, travel guides, rental listings, and advice forums about pretty much every location in the world you could possibly imagine. A lot of people look there before making a trip.

The key to a successful profile on TripAdvisor is making it as close to the top of their popularity index as possible, so that people searching for information in a specific place see your listing. According to TripAdvisor, the popularity ranking algorithm is based on three key components: quantity, quality, and recency of reviews. Here’s an excerpt of the advice they give businesses looking to improve their ranking:

Quantity: Ask your guests to write reviews, and use our management center tools to remind them after they check out. Offering incentives for reviews is against the rules, though — take a look at our policy to make sure you understand what is and isn’t okay.

 

Quality: Guests who enjoyed first class hospitality and a memorable experience are more likely to write positive reviews. Monitor what previous reviewers have written to see what worked and did not work best for your property so you can maintain and improve your service.

 

Recency: Recent reviews factor more strongly on your popularity rankings and older reviews have less impact on a hotel’s ranking over time. Once again, encourage guests to write reviews to keep fresh content rolling in.”

10. Yelp

Yelp is a free review site that lets consumers rate businesses on a five-star scale. Any business can set up a profile on Yelp for free, and users can set up their own free profiles to review a business. You’re free to respond to reviewers, too, but we recommend taking a balanced and polite approach to any negative reviews you receive, as Yelpers are in a pretty tight-knit community.

Yelp has also come under fire over the past few years for some slightly shady practices, like incentivizing businesses to advertise with them in exchange for gaming the search results for their business (“Pay us money and we’ll push bad reviews down!”). Savvier consumers have learned to look at Yelp reviews as a whole and with the reviewer’s clout in mind, instead of getting turned off by a business because of one bad listing.

That being said, it’s still to your benefit to get a constant stream of positive online reviews coming to your business’ Yelp account so happy customers are always at the top of your review feed — especially if you’re a location-based business. Yelp profile information contains things like store hours and location information, so your profile will often turn up when people Google your business.

11. Citysearch

Citysearch has all of the functionality as the other review sites in this category, but what makes it unique is its “best of” winners that you can search for in each city. For example, if you’re a french fry lover like myself, you can search for “the best french fries in Boston,” and Citysearch will give you a list of restaurants with excellent fries.

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12. Google My Business

You know those reviews that show up with you search Google for a business? Yeah, those things are on this list in a big way.

Google’s Pigeon algorithm update uses distance and location ranking parameters to deliver improved local search results. So, in order for your business’ website to be properly optimized for search, you’ll want to set up verified accounts with local directories — especially Google’s, called Google My Business. Getting reviews, comments, pictures, and so on, especially on Google, can give you a boost in search. Only verified local Google+ pages can respond to reviews.

An added bonus? Google Maps pulls that information and those reviews into the app, so having a lot of content in there will make your business look more reputable.

13. Yahoo! Local Listings

Similar to Google My Business reviews, Yahoo! Local reviews let users post reviews of businesses with a five-star rating system. Here’s what the results might look like:

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According to Search Engine Land, Yahoo! still receives about 10% of search engine share. So while you might not want to invest time figuring out the intricacies of Yahoo!’s algorithm, obtaining some favorable reviews on the Yahoo! Local Listings sure couldn’t hurt for that 10%.

14. Influenster

If you sell consumer products, Influenster is a review site you’ll want to make sure you’ve covered.

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Influenster features customer reviews and news about consumer products — primarily skincare, beauty, makeup, hair, and other health and body products. Visitors can search the site by brand name or by a specific product they’re looking for, and Influenster links to websites where visitors can buy the products.

The reviews are comprehensive and feature lots of detail and images to accompany them. So if you’re in the beauty business, consider directing your shoppers to review your products on Influenster to help attract new customers, too.

Review Websites for B2B Companies

15. FinancesOnline

FinancesOnline is one of the fastest growing platforms for B2B & SaaS software reviews, with more than 2,200,000 visitors every month.

They gather thousands of user reviews every month, with each reviewer authenticated via LinkedIn to ensure only actual users share their experience with the community. User reviews are based on detailed surveys, which offer a really in-depth look at each tool. Algorithmic analysis is also a foundation for quarterly reports in the most popular categories.

To balance the user perspectives, each review also includes a detailed analysis prepared by the internal team of B2B software experts, who analyze key usability factors such as: features, integrations, mobile support, etc. This evaluation is then combined into their unique SmartScore™ system, which gives readers an easy reference on what the experts’ community thinks about each business solution.

As an added bonus, their product pages rank high in Google, so getting a few positive user reviews on their site could beneficial for your brand recognition.

16. Compare Camp

Compare Camp is a B2B review site that deals primarily with business software. If you’re looking to introduce a new tool or system to your company, Compare Camp can help you pinpoint the exact software that’s right for you. Not only does this site show you how other people feel about a specific product, but it also lays out the key benefits of the product as well as any new trends that may be occurring in that particular industry.

When you first navigate to the site, Compare Camp provides you with a list of software categories to choose from. After you select a section, it gives you a description of the category along with a detailed list of product and company options. Compare Camp also explains any varying types of products within that section as well as the top features you should look for when buying that software. It’s a very handy guide to have especially when you’re considering a product that you haven’t purchased before.

17. G2 Crowd

If your business sells software, you’ll want to be sure you have a presence on G2 Crowd. Every month, over 1,00,000 people looking to buy software read the 300,000+ user reviews on this website so they can make better purchasing decisions.

G2 Crowd operates kind of like Yelp, but in a specific niche. Companies are reviewed on a five-star scale, and reviews cover everything from setup and ease of use to security and support. Reviewers answer questions like “What do you like best?”; “What do you dislike?”‘; and “Recommendations to others considered the product.” Also, you can upvote and downvote others’ reviews.

18. TrustRadius

Like G2 Crowd, TrustRadius is an online review site for software businesses. Reviewers on the site are authenticated via LinkedIn to make sure they’re users (although the reviews themselves can still be anonymous), which allows users to see what their LinkedIn connections are saying about particular pieces of software on TrustRadius. This adds a layer of trust for someone reading the site.

You can use the site to browse reviews of individual companies, or compare two companies side-by-side to compare their five-star ratings, screenshots of their products, pricing details, and user comments from reviewers.

In addition to their company reviews, they’ve put together a whole bunch of buyer guides for categories including talent management software, business intelligence software, core HR software, social media, and A/B testing to help people find the right product for them based on hundreds of reviews and user ratings.

19. GoodFirms

GoodFirms is a B2B research and review platform that focuses on connecting service seekers with the right software and service providers. GoodFirms analyzes the top-performing companies and software solutions based on three important pieces of criteria: Quality, Reliability, and Ability. These metrics are further segmented into authentic feedback by customers, a portfolio of the company, its market penetration, years of experience, and serviceability. The companies are then ranked based on their cumulative research scores. GoodFirms offers quick filters to sort the service providers by their hourly rate, location, and the number of employees.

20. Salesforce AppExchange

Have an app on the Salesforce AppExchange? Then you’ll want to keep track of your app’s ratings and reviews there. Reviews are based on a five-star rating system, and each app has reviews listed with the most helpful positive review and most helpful negative reviews first, followed by all reviews, from which users can filter by rating, date, and helpfulness. They’ve embraced transparency, letting users access thousands of reviews and see the number of downloads with just a few clicks.

Customer Review Sites for Both B2B & B2C Companies

21. Better Business Bureau

A nonprofit site, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) evaluates all types of businesses against a set of best practices for how businesses should treat the public. They don’t directly recommend or endorse any businesses, products, or services; they simply provide the public with the information on their site about businesses, and whether they have met the BBB’s accreditation standards. They will also review both accredited and non-accredited businesses.

A business’ profile listing on the BBB contains general overview information, like a short company bio and the company’s accreditation status, a history of any complaints made about the business and whether they were resolved, customer reviews, and the BBB’s A – F rating of the business.

22. Glassdoor

Glassdoor is an employee review site that helps anyone — from prospective employees to prospective customers to investors — get an idea of what a company is really like from the inside. In other words, it helps measure the more qualitative factors of things like valuation.

Employees can share what it’s like to interview and work at their companies, and the site shows visitors which companies are rated highest by their employees. Many employers use it to build their employment brand so they can target and recruit candidates, but you can also use the reviews to share ideas internally for improvement among your management team.

Creating an employer account is free, and it’s easy to track and respond to reviews. For example, you can set up alerts so you get an email each time a new review is posted so you can acknowledge and respond to each one.

23. Manta

Manta is a customer review site that primarily features small- to medium-sized businesses. Rather than displaying the top customer reviews right away, Manta organizes search results based on the relevance of your keyword. Then it displays the list of companies with their contact information, so users can quickly connect with a business.

Manta is different than most review sites because it focuses more on connecting people than it does on reviewing products and services. To find customer reviews, you need to select a business, go to their individual listing page, and scroll past their features and products before seeing a review. That way, customers use the reviews as one of the final selling-points for purchasing a product or service.

On Manta, the goal is to rank your business as high as possible for each relevant keyword that users can search. So long as your company is in the top search results, you’ll have a higher chance of connecting with leads using this site.

24. Capterra

If you’re a SaaS business, Capterra is a review site that evaluates software sold by B2C and B2B companies. It has an easy-to-use internal search engine which lets users search for software based on industry, company, or software type. Once a search processes, Capterra displays a list of companies relevant to your keyword and a brief summary describing their product(s).

Users can also compare products on the site. Capterra has a “compare to” feature which lets you select up to four companies and displays the benefits of each side-by-side. You can see everything from ease-of-use to the quality of their customer support, all in one comprehensive view. This makes it easy and efficient for users to find software that best fits their needs.

25. HundredX

HundredX is a review site and a customer service tool. Businesses create an account on the website and ask customers to leave feedback after working with them. HundredX streamlines the process by providing tools that automatically send out surveys and collect feedback on behalf of the business. With this site, customer services teams don’t have to manually seek out reviews or scan third-party sites to obtain customer feedback.

The benefit of signing up for HundredX is the reviews are private. If you get a bad review, leads can’t see that feedback and be influenced by the negative comments. This gives your company a chance to correct your mistake before losing potential customers.

Other Places for Consumer Reviews

Online reviews also exist on sites that aren’t necessarily built just to publish online reviews. Some businesses use their social presence and website to encourage online reviews … and some brands just get them unsolicited, for better or for worse.

Here are some sites that, if you choose to (please, choose to) can serve as additional hubs for online reviews. And they’re awesome, because they have enormous reach, and you have some — if not entire — control over these properties.

26. Facebook Ratings & Reviews

Did you know there’s a place on Facebook for fans to leave ratings and reviews of your business? There sure is … it’s named, aptly, Facebook Ratings & Reviews. It appears on the left-hand side of your Facebook Page, and you can’t move or remove it like you can other parts of your Page.

Anyone logged into Facebook can post a rating or review of a business. All they have to do is go to the Reviews section of your Page, click the grey stars to choose a rating, and then write an optional review. They can make that review public, visible to friends, or visible only to them.

27. Twitter

The ridiculously fast-paced nature of Twitter makes it seem like a weird place to try to accumulate reviews. But while users might not always search for reviews directly on Twitter (unless you started some kind of review hashtag, perhaps), tweets are still indexed in search results. That means a user’s tweet, whether complimentary or less-than, could pop up in the SERPs when someone’s searching for reviews on your business.

Not only that — there are things you can actively do with the positive tweets coming at you. For instance, we tested the element of social proof on conversions here at HubSpot, attaching three tweets that gave positive reviews on an ebook we were promoting at the time. Guess what happened? The CTA with the three tweets converted better than the CTA with no tweets. If you start to “Favorite” tweets that could serve as positive reviews in the future, it’ll be easier to find them when you want to use them in your marketing.

28. Foursquare

Yes, people still use Foursquare. In fact, a ton of people are still using it: In January, Foursquare was racking up 55 million monthly active users (MAUs).

Not only can you check-in to different locations and businesses using the app, you can also leave reviews on Foursquare — making it another interesting platform where your brand or business could be discovered by potential customers looking for suggestions — and five-star reviews.

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If your business depends on walk-in foot traffic — restaurants, coffee shops, shopping boutiques, etc. — make sure your Foursquare business profile is filled out and updated so people can find you when they go to check-in — and then ask your visitors to review you there.

29. Superpages

Superpages lets you search for businesses based on their distance from you, overall rating, industry subcategory, online videos, and even promotional coupons. Once you find a company that you like, this site shows you where the business is on the map as well as a review summary outlining all of the reviews left for the organization. Visitors can quickly assess what other users are saying about the business and use the coupon links to get the same deals as other customers.

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30. Top Ten Reviews

It’s hard to resist a good top 10 list. Top Ten Reviews satisfies this craving by giving visitors a list of 10, detailed reviews for every post on the site. These posts have a wide topic range as well, touching on everything from mattresses to landscaping to laptops.

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There’s also a “trending” bar that shows you categories that are currently popular on the site. As a business owner, this can give you an idea of what consumers are buying more of at that particular moment.

31. Your Own Website

Finally, the one place where you have total and utter control: your website. It’s an excellent place to publicize reviews you receive (perhaps embed some of those tweets you favorited?) You could carve out a section of your website dedicated just to reviews and testimonials, and even include a form so happy customers can submit their unsolicited reviews. But if you’re actively campaigning for positive online reviews and you encounter happy customers who want to leave you a positive review but don’t have accounts on sites like Yelp, Angie’s List, or Google, it’s handy to have a place on your website to publish their kind words. Consider adding testimonials to landing pages and product pages, too.

via 31 Customer Review Sites for Collecting Business & Product …


G2

you can be sure to bump into some stellar brands that would have detailed product descriptions from a network of over 800,000 users.


Capterra

Selecting the right software becomes easier since you get reviews that help you choose based on one’s specific needs.


Get App

You can easily compare, choose, and make integrated blocks that will help users find the perfect app for the business.


FinancesOnline

FinancesOnline with one can discover apps that will help you generate reviews and views of products with 2.5 users on its database!


Crozdesk

CrozDesk helps you find the right software for your business with its featured and popular categories to streamline the process for you.


Product Hunt

Product Hunt is here to show you how to find products, deals, and numerous other things with reviews that really matter!


Software Advice

Software Advice with real research and authentic user product reviews, you can never go wrong with Software advice.


Trust Radius

Trust Radius you get to go through 200,000 reviews with 100% verified customers which literally puts your product on the map.


Fit Small Business

Fit Small Business helps you get reviewed even as it posts articles and blog posts that direct users to its website seamlessly.


Marketing Automation Insider

Marketing Automation Insider you can get your product or service out there with reviews by a community working to automate your marketing needs.


11. CMS Critic

CMS Critic

CMS Critic with a content-based approach, it helps you get featured in stories that will put your product on the forefront.


FeaturedCustomers

Featured Customers is your one-stop-shop that will help you earn reviews in stories of a network of users.


Trustpilot

Trust Pilot with real-time experiences, the focus of the reviews to create a legitimate brand standing for you.


SaaS List

Get CRM you will enjoy standing amongst some of the best businesses in your niche so that your audience also sees your reviews in such a repertoire!


PAT RESEARCH

Predictive Analytics Today you will find product reviews, buying guides, and some amazing content to boot!


Top5 CRM

Top 5 Best CRM you will find the right CRM platform for your business needs, which will catapult you into the attention span of your ideal audience.


SaaSworthy

Saas Worthy you will get featured alongside some of the top software and products out there so that your audience can notice you and approach you!


SmallBizCRM

Small Biz CRM is here to help you stand tall amid your competition. Their main focus remains on small businesses and helping them stand out.


pickSaaS

Pick Saas with you to get the advantage of consulting so that you can choose the best CRM platform.


The SMB Guide

This is a major player in the SMB space. You can actually make a dent and reach out to your audience in an effective manner.


All these consulting and product reviewing websites are the top 20 from our list of 100! With product review websites, you would do well to check the number of users and ask about verified users so that you do not end up with dummy reviews given from fake profiles.

Do a little Google search on the website that you are planning to go with, and ideally one should trust a website that also routinely presents content that keeps people on their platform. This will help in amplifying your reach even as the reviews trickle in to make a difference and create a brand identity for your small business.

 Here Are The Remaining 80 Best Product Review Sites


selecthub.com

project-management.com

goodfirms.co

sellmorenow.com

reviewthecloud.com

sourceforge.net

martechadvisor.com

softwareadvice.it

ambitionbox.com

stacklist.com

pcmag.com

tech.co

gartner.com

ecommerce-platforms.com

top5projectmanagement.com

alternative.me

softwaresuggest.com

reviano.com

reviewster.com

technologyadvice.com

appvizer.com

crm.walkme.com

mycustomer.com

savedelete.com

comparecamp.com

expertmarket.com

smb.guru

inspectorjones.com

activerain.com

accuratereviews.com

financesonline.com

softwarepundit.com

crmsearch.com

consumersadvocate.org

getabettercrm.com

bigofficer.com

reviews.com

blinklist.com

elearningindustry.com

angieslist.com

choice.com.au

which.co.uk

itcentralstation.com

itunes.apple.com

isitwp.com

techpikk.com

reviewzap.com

open-source-guide.com

spiceworks.com

itqlick.com

toolowl.com

stylefactoryproductions.com

softwareconnect.com

serchen.com

pfind.com

directory.clickz.com

business-software.com

bestcompany.com

5bestthings.com

bizofit.com

nuvro.com

gsuite.google.com

saasgenius.com

affgadgets.com

suggestnext.com

digital.com

gedlynk.com

nichepursuits.com

todaytesting.com

1minutereview.org

crmmatch.net

lawyerist.com

techalook.com

smartbusinesstrends.com

digitalgyd.com

emailmarketingscience.com

bloggingeclipse.com

entrepreneurshipfacts.com

emailtooltester.com

authorityhacker.com

merchantmaverick.com

quora.com

testfreaks.com

fanreviews.co

These are the top 100 product review websites out there for you to try. Always remember to choose the product review website depending on the exact niche in which your product or brand may be operating.

Apart from product reviews, you would also do well to check out product review websites that would feature plenty of content that sets a tone for the trends and encapsulates the evolution of your industry.

Product reviews are the best way to grab the attention of your ideal audience and make sure that they understand your USP so that they can come to you. An ideal product review website would also help you highlight your solutions for your niche market in the content that they produce on their website as well. This would help you in creating a brand standing for your product or service.

The above 100 tech product review websites can help you get the most authentic reviews for your technology, business products so that your audience can read about you and more than anything else, gain awareness of your niche so that they are able to trust your brand.

Product reviews also help in catapulting you into mass consciousness so that you can make an impression in the minds of your readers and audience. The above 100 best product review websites will show you a number of niche websites that will help you tap into your perfect audience base without merely buying reviews from fake accounts.

FAQs or Frequently Asked questions 

Let us Look at the some of FAQs for product review sites:

WHY IS PRODUCT REVIEW IMPORTANT FOR PRODUCT MARKETING?

Just think about it for a minute. If you do not have proper product reviews on the best product review sites, then your competition will swoop in and let the customer know that there is something better waiting for him or her and the competing brand may even bring in product reviews on online review sites to back these claims. The best customer review sites are around for a very strong reason. You cannot merely post the reviews on your own portal or on your Amazon product page. You would also have to get product and customer reviews on a number of other portals and platforms so that the customer may be redirected to your online shopping or listing page in a legitimate and organic manner.

WHY DO YOU NEED ORGANIC PRODUCT REVIEW?

This is due to the fact that direct selling does not have a purchase frequency when it comes to several products. Indirect selling with the help of online review sites as well as influencer marketing will always do the trick when it comes to showing rather than telling the new prospect about the efficacy and brilliance of your unique product or service. And what better way to showcase your product than with the review of someone who is not on your payroll or on your website?

WHAT ARE THE BEST PRODUCT REVIEW SITES?

Now that you have understood the importance of weaving product reviews into the narrative and story of your brand online, let us understand what product reviews actually are. The best product review sites showcase your product and bring on reviews that customers can leave behind based on their experience from the actual purchase to the delivery and the use of the product along with after-sales services as well. These words can be backed by links, images, and various other things that can show your product in detail and explain all the various qualities as well as the features for a prospective buyer’s purchase intent to be shaped.

WHERE CAN I FIND PRODUCT REVIEWS?

The point is to shape the buyer intent here. And the point is also to hold on to the attention of the buyer for a long enough period of time so that the intent may be skillfully shaped with the efforts of the review and the influencer marketing expert as well. Apart from consumer product review sites, you can also approach influencer marketing experts in your niche or industry so as to show what your product is all about and what its practical usage looks like. This is helpful for a number of industries from fashion to software and so much more. Many of the product review sites also feature profiles of influencer marketing experts for that niche so that you can turn to them for publicizing and promoting your product in an organic way so that it does not look like direct marketing by any means.

WHERE CAN I WRITE A PRODUCT REVIEW?

A product review on any of the best product review sites can always have a call for action that leads a person to an E-Commerce portal where the actual purchase may be made. But what happens when a purchase is not on the horizon just yet? Even then a product review would be very helpful since it can give a call for action that registers the data and starts an email marketing campaign to familiarize the end-user with the benefits of using that product in the long run. This can be done so that you keep the channels of engagement open and as and when the customer would need to buy that product, you would be uppermost in his or her mind thanks to the engaging emails that you have been sharing.

HOW CAN A PRODUCT REVIEW LEAD TO A SALE?

This is one of the key ways in which product reviews can tie in all your efforts across many different platforms. Further, these reviews can also be shared on social media platforms and pages so that you can show your prospects what the customers are getting out of your product or service. It is also a good way of highlighting your USP or unique selling point.

via Top 100 Product Review Sites in 2020 – Marketing Heaven

 

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