Google Review Link Generator
Retrieve your Google Review link, share it with your customers, boost your local profile!
When it comes to local SEO, one of the easiest strategies to boost your local rank in Google are customer reviews. In fact, reviews are one of the most important ranking signals in Google’s local search algorithm.
Online reviews are the digital equivalent of traditional word-of-mouth marketing and are essential to driving more customers to your business. Simply put, reviews build trust in your brand and can help potential customers pick your business over your competitors.
A local consumer review survey conducted in 2016 revealed that 84% of people trust online reviews as much as a personal recommendation.
Whether you operate a dental clinic, a spa or a coffee shop, every local business should be asking their customers to provide reviews of their experience. The easiest way to get started is by simply asking your customers to provide a review on your Google My Business Page.
Using the Google Review Link Generator
Instead of asking your customers to find your business on Google and to figure out how to leave you a review, use our tool to generate a Google review link unique to your business which you can share directly with your customers.
Using the map below, type your business name in the “Search Business Name” text box, and select your business name from the auto-generated suggestions.
Once the map retrieves your business listing, scroll down and find the “Your Google Review Link” located directly below the map.
If your business has a Google My Business listing, the Google Review Link Generator will populate the required link in the text box above. Click the “Copy” button to copy the link to your clipboard.
Make sure to test the link to verify it works as expected. Paste the link into your browser and examine the review box making sure your business name appears in the header section.
You can now use the link to ask your customers to add their reviews on your Google My Business listing. You can email them the link directly, use it in your newsletters, post it on your Facebook timeline, or even include it in your email signature when communicating with customers on a daily basis.