Build trust and improve your visibility with Facebook reviews.
Ask for Facebook reviews from customers via automated emails.
Request Facebook reviews and recommendations from your customers automatically and ensure the following benefits.
93% of customers read reviews before making a purchase. When your business has positive Facebook recommendations, potential customers are more likely to trust you.
Businesses with Facebook reviews are more likely to get found by customers who search for businesses on Facebook. The reviews are also visible in Google searches under your page link.
Over 70% of customers disregard reviews that are older than one month. Always having fresh Facebook reviews secures your credibility in potential customers’ eyes.
Requesting Facebook reviews from a large number of customers is fast and easy with Trustmary.
Choose Facebook as your review source and add the URL of your Facebook reviews page.
Use our simple message templates to ask for Facebook reviews and send reminders.
Choose which customers you want to send the request to and add their email addresses.
Trustmary is an all-in-one solution for your review marketing process.
Don’t just collect Facebook reviews. Add them to your website and boost your website’s performance!
Request Facebook recommendations from your happy customers with Trustmary’s email automation.
When your customers write reviews on Facebook, you can automatically import them to your website. Showcase reviews with stylish and customizable widgets.
With Trustmary, you don’t use just any reviews, but reviews that truly matter.
The most effective way to get reviews for your Facebook page is to ask your clients personally. That is easily done with Trustmary’s email automation. Just copy the review request link from Facebook, and add it to the email. Next, send the message to your customers, along with a reminder message later.
You can ask for reviews in a Facebook post, but it’s not as effective as sending an email review request. Asking for reviews via email is more personal, and your customers will more likely leave recommendations when they feel like you are personally asking them.
Check that users are allowed to leave recommendations on your page. Go to your Business page’s settings, click Edit page, and make sure that your Reviews tab is activated. Also, notice that at the moment, users can only leave Recommendations, not reviews with a star rating.
To allow people to leave reviews (or recommendations), open your Business page’s settings, click Edit page, find the “Tabs” section, and toggle on “Use default tabs”. Scroll down to “Add a tab” and add a Reviews tab.
You can find the Facebook review link from your Business page’s settings. Click Edit page, find the tab called Reviews, and look for the shareable link.
You can simply copy the review link from your Facebook Business page settings, and send it to your customers using Trustmary’s email automation request.
Facebook reviews are important because today’s customers rarely engage with businesses that have no reviews. In fact, one third of Facebook users use the platform to find reviews and recommendations for businesses. Recommendations show your potential customers that you are a legit business that offers something valuable.
Unfortunately, Facebook does not offer a star-review feature anymore. Users can only leave Recommendations, which are essentially text comments explaining why they recommend the business. The recommendations can also include images. However, if you have old star reviews on your Facebook page, they are still visible. You just can’t collect new ones.
It’s best to have as many authentic Facebook recommendations as possible. The more you have them, the more likely you are to get found by new clients.
You can import your existing Facebook reviews and use them on your website. The easiest way to do it is to use Trustmary. We offer the fastest onboarding on the market, and you can get your Facebook reviews on your website in just a minute.
Trustmary is the most effective way to convert more sales by improving digital trust.