Imagine that, all of your Google, Facebook and other industry-related reviews are collected together and displayed as a total beneath your search page entries on Google. What better way to tell potential customers that yours is the business they should contact.
Ask yourself… Is AddStars a worthwhile investment? The answer should be as simple as “Have you heard of Google?”
Online reviews are hugely important in influencing customer decision making. A business with a string of 5 star reviews will always look more appealing than those without. That’s why displaying your hard-earned reviews is vital.
And best of all, your reviews are shown in real time meaning every time you get a new review it’s added to your total. So when we say that AddStars will make your reviews work harder for you, we really do mean it!
AddStars will gather ALL your reviews and display them online, beneath your website’s pages as stars in Google search results.
This means that the reviews you have on platforms such as Google My Business, Facebook, Yelp, and TripAdvisor to name but a few, will all be collected, bundled and displayed as a total.
And what’s more, AddStars can be installed on your website in a matter of minutes and new review platforms added as you require.
And don’t forget, online reviews are hugely important in influencing customer decision making.
A business with a string of 5 Star reviews will always look more appealing than those without. That’s why displaying your hard-earned reviews is vital.
At present we’ve concentrated on the main players like Google My Business, Facebook, Yelp, Tripadvisor, and some industry-specific platforms like Checkatrade, Yell and Trustatrader.
We’re always adding new platforms and as soon as they come online they will be added to your dashboard at no extra cost.
In fact, when you sign up to Addstars, every update, every feature will be included in your existing plan, and we’ll never increase the cost of your plan, no matter what!
Nope – it’s all nice and easy. We’ll create a unique piece of code that can be added to the backend of your website. Usually, this is something your web developer can do in a minute or two and we’ve got some handy step by step instructions to help them (we really do think of everything!)
Our #1 priority is your happiness, which means we stand by our service 100%.
So for 60 days, if you have a problem, we’ll solve it or refund it, no questions asked, no holds barred, no ifs, buts or maybe’s. Just reach out to our customer support, we’re here for you.
Yes, you can. Providing the new site is on the same domain, you or your developer can copy the code into the new site, and it will carry on working.
It’s a question we’re often asked by business owners, “Will AddStars appear on all my website pages?” The simple answer is yes bar the home page. There’s no limit to the number of pages where AddStars will appear which is great news, especially if you have multiple pages or products on your website.
There are two ways to add another review site to the list we already collect from.
AddStars is a review aggregator, not a Review Platform, this is actually a complex question as signing up with a review service to collect your reviews might break Google’s guidelines…
Development of a global platform does take time and money. We have integrated 7 top platforms, Google, Facebook, Yelp, TripAdvisor, Yell, Checkatrade and Trustatrader. Like many things, when you invest early, you might not get everything there and then, but you help develop the platform and will benefit from all future rollouts as they occur.
There is no precise answer. It is dependent on when Google crawls your website. You can ask your website developer to request an instant index, but re-indexing can take a few days to a few weeks.
Getting your review stars to appear in your Google search results can be complicated and will mean you need to understand how to code and where to include that code on your website. A summary would be…
You can see Google’s advice on how to achieve this here.
Filtering reviews on Addstars is not possible. AddStars collects and displays your reviews from multiple review channels but doesn’t have a choice as to what to display. Customers on Google can filter what reviews they see.
We’ll spare you all the technical mumbo jumbo, but in essence, it’s special coding called a ‘Schema’ that will get review stars in Google search results and helps search engines such as Google understand your website. Part of this can be feeding the reviews from your Google My Business profile and displaying them as stars in the Google Search Results.
Firstly, let us be completely honest, we’re not the only company offering a way to aggregate and display your reviews on the Google search listings. We are however, the most affordable and accountable, not to mention the easiest to deal with.
AddStars has 3 pricing teers, Monthly, Annually and Lifetime. each upper teer offers savings on the teer beneath it. Ti o find out more, simply click on pricing in the menu and select the currency you want to sign up with.
This is a good questions and contrary to what some people think it’s not because Google favours them over others. Nor is it the number of reviews that make this happen. In fact, it’s a clever piece of code called a Schema that does all the work.
Ever wondered why some web pages display reviews and other don’t? The first thing to note is that it’s not down to luck or some arbitrary decision making by Google. In fact, it’s a clever piece of code called a Schema.
We have a dedicated website with all of our troubleshooting tips and techniques. If you can’t find the help you want, it has a dedicated support chat line.
Google doesn’t allow this and only permits aggregated reviews to featured next to the other pages on your website. This is a policy that cannot be circumvented and applies to every website, regardless of size, traffic and age.
Usually, there’s a simple explanation for this and 3 main reasons to check first…
There are many reasons why this could have happened so use this checklist as your first port of call:
In 2018, Facebook changed it’s review structure from a traditional 5 Star option to recommendations. In essence, this gives people a simple choice of yes, I would recommend or no, I wouldn’t recommend.
This amounts to a single vote which Google sees as one star.
Therefore, AddStars doesn’t aggregate Facebook recommendations as it can give a false impression and potentially damage your score (and your online credibility.
Allow a day or so for this to appear as Google needs to index your website again for it to appear.
The AddStars code snippet needs to be added to the bottom or footer of your website. Your AddStars code snippet will always be invisible to your site visitor.
Live chat gives answers to most queries and our expert team is ready and waiting to help you.
Click the Live Chat icon at the bottom right of the screen to get most of your questions answered.
A choice of packages to reflect your client base. Prices are single payment Lifetime deals with no hidden extras.
*Prices exclude VAT
Based on charging only £50 per year for each licence, the figures below illustrate profit after the initial outlay.
A low threshold to recoup your investment. Sell once and enjoy profit for life.
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