Randy Garn, creator of Skipio, has worked with thousands of companies to generate over 1.4 million online customer reviews. Raving online reviews are critical when looking to increase your revenue – and Randy knows the strategy to get them.
In this episode, Randy explains how we’ve shifted our currency of trust and why the small-town mentality exists on the world wide web. He’ll reveal a referral strategy that’s sure to get you great reviews that’ll improve and increase your business. In this episode, you’ll get hard facts that point to the truth: online reviews matter.
Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from Randy in this episode:
- Skipio Reviews: Why online reviews matter, how to get them and how they can increase your revenue
- What Randy has discovered from generating 1.73 million online reviews for thousands of his customers…
- How to reduce your lead cost by more than 42% (PLUS: What one business did with reviews that generated $2 million!)
- The 3 most important factors when it comes to getting online reviews for you and your company
- A simple technique for stopping a negative review from being posted online…
- How to use online reviews to bring in thousands, hundreds of thousands, even MILLIONS of dollars in additional revenue
- What to do on Google, Facebook, Amazon and Yelp to massively increase how much consumers trust your business
- Joe and Randy were in San Diego recently and found a restaurant based on reviews they found online.
- We trust strangers more than we trust our government or companies; just look at bitcoin and Yelp!
- Small-town mentality is prevalent in online review communities.
- We’ve shifted the currency of trust.
- Quality, quantity, and how recently it was posted matter when looking at online reviews.
- Use a referral strategy to get good reviews and new business.
- A dentist Randy recently helped is getting great reviews and multiple walk-ins per day.
- Asking for reviews has never been easier; they matter, so get it done!
- Online reviews are getting more and more relevant – just see the statistics.