Online Reputation Management
Not only can Rize help your construction company's online reputation with positive reviews, but we’ll make you look good in the process.
Why construction companies need reviews
Have positive reviews allows your construction business to stand out from your competitors and can help potential customers decide if you're the right fit for them. Thanks to online reputation management software, you can be sure that potential members will enjoy learning about you and hearing what others have to say about your company.
Why is Rize Reviews the best option for the construction industry?
Ask for Reviews on Site
Take advantage of our simple review landing pages to get reviews on a tablet or smartphone at your locations. Leave something tangible with an attractive, custom-designed business card. Ask for reviews digitally with our easy SMS and email systems. No need to send the emails or texts manually, let the Review Crew take over.
No Need to Learn a Complicated Technology
Let the Review Crew take over and run your campaigns. No need to learn a complicated software tool or remember your password. Our US-based team allows you to focus on running your business while we do all the work to get you more positive reviews!
Get on Top of Negative Reviews
Reviews are taken into account in key local Google searches. Negative reviews can harm your company's reputation online and hurt incoming business. Increase leads and revenue with more online success by avoiding many negative reviews and turning some negative customers into future brand advocates.
Stand Out From the Competition
Go from zero or a few reviews to hundreds in a matter of months. Rize Reviews integrates with the top review sites and CRM/POS systems to automate the process of asking for reviews.
Show off your best reviews.
Get more detailed reviews from proud customers who identify what makes your company stand out. Show off a consolidated list of positive reviews from a variety of review platforms.
How Contractors Can Get Better Online Reviews
Contractors, especially those new to the business, rely a lot on positive word of mouth. Besides doing an excellent job on your project, contractors can ask their clientele to leave a review of their experience on various online directories or social media pages. While asking them directly can feel a tad awkward, there are a few methods that can get the job done.
Leave a Card
Leaving a card with your information and asking your client to leave a review on your social media page is pretty simple, and standard practice. By handing them your card at the end of your project, clients will be more inclined to follow through because the project is still on their mind.
Follow Up with a Call
A follow-up call is another great way not only to see how they are feeling about the finished project, but it’s also an excellent opportunity to ask them to leave a review of their overall experience. While guiding them to your social media pages or website may seem easier, don’t be afraid to ask them to leave a review on whatever site they may have gotten your information from or provide them with a specific site.
Send Customer an Email
Much like a follow-up call, a follow-up email is a great way to check up on your client and see if they are satisfied with the work you completed. You can also easily include a link to a review site for them to leave a review of their overall experience, making it a simple task for them.
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