At JudgeService, we believe in trust

At JudgeService we believe in trust, and as an independent review provider we are dedicated to bringing unbiased, honest and accurate customer reviews. Clients can choose to use our research for internal purposes only but where we publish any reviews we publish them all – good or bad. Reviews are published on Google, Facebook, our client’s websites, our website, and across numerous strategic partner websites.

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A picture speaks 1000 words

We are moving towards – if not already in – ‘Experience Marketing’, where consumers want to be actively involved with your brand. As a result, consumers will become your advocates. People are readily sharing their experiences of a brand, product or service through digital channels.

As a result of digital platforms where every consumer has a voice, consumers are becoming key influencers in the purchasing process, with research showing that 88% of consumers trust online reviews as much as family and friends! (BrightLocal)

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Online Reviews – outsourcing vs in-house

Outsourcing your online review management or keeping it in-house isn’t a decision to make lightly. Both have their advantages but it’s important to know what to expect before you commit to doing it yourself.

With the endless amount of review sites and social media platforms popping up, the job of online review management has become a multi-faceted experience that now includes areas such as: monitoring and responding to online reviews and posts, replying to customers on review sites and generating positive reviews. With everything that is included in review monitoring, the process of incorporating it efficiently into your business and aligning it with your goals is almost impossible; without the right tools in place.

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How to Reply to Reviews

We have already established the importance of replying to online reviews.

Companies can fail or succeed based on customers satisfaction and online reviews have a huge impact on your business.

Not only can reviews from your customers provide valuable feedback for your business, but replying to them can help build your customers’ trust. If you opt to publish your responses, prospective customers will see both the customer review and your response. This can enhance your reputation as a company that cares.

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Only Genuine Reviews

At JudgeService we believe in trust, and as an independent review provider we are dedicated to bringing unbiased, honest and accurate customer reviews. Clients can choose to use our research for internal purposes only but where we publish any reviews we publish them all – good or bad.

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Surveys, the way you want them

As one of the leading Survey and Research Specialists, we are able to develop Bespoke  solutions that provide accurately recorded results, in real time, with outstanding reporting features.

Our products contain advanced reporting tools which allow you to use all survey results to provide statistics about the buying process, handover, and service quality. These results can then be used by management teams to review performance and KPI’s, allowing you to produce tailor-made reports to review survey results and gain a better understanding of the customer experience.

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The importance of replying to online reviews

We have already identified how important reviews are to your dealership. On top of this, nearly half of your potential customers will be searching for their future car when you are not open, forming opinions about your dealership outside of the 9 to 6.

In a nutshell, positive online reviews can be the deciding factor for consumers buying from your dealership.

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Measuring the attraction factor

At JudgeService, we measure how your prospective customers heard about you and report this back through our unique management reporting suite. This is so that you have a handle on where to invest your budget and take control of your marketing, based on a calculated return on investment.

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