No matter which platform you have your website on, this guide will help you add Google reviews to your website.
Adding Google reviews has never been this simple that even dummies can do it – or fast!
According to Statista, online purchases are only getting more popular by the year.
They estimate that in 2022, retail eCommerce sales worldwide will be around 5,717 billion US dollars. And in 2026, it’s projected to be 8,148 billion US dollars.
Combine that with the fact that consumers worldwide read reviews before making online purchases. And they’re interested in seeing authentic positive reviews.
If those cold hard facts aren’t convincing enough, here are four more reasons why you should display reviews on your website.
Whenever you look for a new solution or service, you go online to try to find a business to solve your problem. When you find the perfect product or service, you google places to read reviews on them.
If you can’t find any reviews or you only find negative reviews, you’re very quick to forget about that company.
Then again, if one of the companies you’re researching has
You’re likely to trust them enough to buy from them. This is thanks to the phenomenon called social proof.
In short, social proof means that we tend to follow the actions of other people. If a high number of people have already liked a company and its offerings, you’re more likely to trust that company too.
The same principle applies to including those review badges and acknowledgments from trusted players in the industry.
Because people love to hear what others have thought about your company, why don’t you make them stay on your web page longer by providing them with all the reviews that exist of you?
After all, they’ll find those reviews online, whether you like them or not.
To reduce the risk of losing potential customers by making them look for that review info, at least display Google reviews on your website.
Try it for free now ⬇️
Do your website visitors a favor and provide them with the information on your website. Otherwise, they’ll leave and might never come back.
Google constantly updates how websites are shown in search results.
By adding Trustmary’s Google review widget to your website, you can increase your chances of getting any search engine to index your data of reviews.
No coding skills are needed. All you need to do is check this box in settings.
And here’s how it’ll look when using Google’s own Rich Results Test
This is one of the easiest and most cost-efficient ways to improve your SEO performance both in the short and long run.
In the future, having this sort of rich data indexed will play a more central role in improving performance search results. As in the Google Core Update in September 2022, they implemented a product reviews update.
You probably already knew this, but let’s spell it out for you one more time:
Google makes sure everyone who googles your business sees the reviews section. This happens even if they use Google Maps to try to locate you – Google will automatically display Google reviews to them.
Yikes. Or yay?
Luckily, you can claim your business profile for free, respond to reviews there and report any possible spammy reviews that hurt your reputation.
However, the only way to hide any negative reviews on Google is to collect more reviews (and to make sure your customer service and experience are top-notch!)
User-generated content is the most authentic content any business can have because it’s created by existing customers. UGC can be:
In case you don’t have that much UGC to embed to your site, embedding at least a handful of Google business reviews is a good start.
In other words, embedding reviews to your business page is crucial in convincing any potential customers that you’re a business that can be trusted.
Statistics on social proof and promises that having reviews on your website will increase conversions are great and all.
How about we go through some actual results people have gotten after adding business reviews or product specific reviews on their websites?
How would you feel if your embedded Google reviews would bring you over 60% more contact requests within two months of adding them?
Kattotutka ran an AB test on their website, where they showed an exit intent review popup to 50% of the website visitors. The results were staggering as the test resulted in a 62,5% increase in conversion rate.
As Kattotutka operates in the renovation industry, getting people to leave their contact information is crucial for getting in new customers.
It’s not just the sheer number of positive reviews that matters, it’s also about their quality.
Elega tested how the length of the reviews shown impacted the number of leads generated.
The results spoke volumes. Longer reviews brought in 14% more leads than shorter positive reviews.
Satokausikalenteri tested how video reviews perform compared to text reviews and they were able to get a 20% increase in conversions.
Only by implementing product reviews on their product pages, they’ve been able to generate thousands more in direct sales on an annual basis.
Based on our extensive experience (and the results above), it seems clear that displaying Google reviews really do make a huge difference.
The same applies naturally to reviews from all imaginable sources. No matter what you do next, it really should be to embed reviews natively on your website.
Now let’s get to the somewhat technical part. Fear not!
Even total beginners and non-developers can embed reviews on their websites with these three simple steps.
And that’s just to name a few. Let’s look into the details.
No matter, if you have an HTML website, a WordPress website or an online store that operates on Squarespace website, importing Google reviews, is very simple.
You just need to
The same process applies to reviews from all other review sites.
The best part is that you can use these valuable reviews from different sources within the same review widget.
Once all your reviews are fetched, it’s time to get creative.
You can fully customize how to show reviews on your website.
Finally, you only need to add a single line of code to your website. Once.
If you need to make any changes to the review widget later on, you can implement any changes from Trustmary’s admin panel.
There are differences between website building platforms, but we’ve made it as easy as possible for all.
Below you can see the generated embed code you need to add to your site.
You’re now successfully displaying Google reviews on your website.
Steps 1-3 will take you far, and this step is completely optional. However…
As you constantly need up-to-date Google reviews, you should have a strategy to collect new reviews and do review marketing.
Luckily, you can even collect new Google reviews easily with Trustmary.
All you need to do is to collect reviews with Trustmary and then add your Google review link to Trustmary. The link will be added to your thank you page for anyone who’s left you a review.
Bear in mind that embedding Google reviews to your website is something you only need to do once if you use Trustmary.
From the drop down menu in Trustmary, you can choose whether to display Google reviews, Facebook reviews, longer reviews collected with Trustmary, or a combination of all of them!
You can even hand-pick the best reviews to embed.
Now that you know how easy it is to have reviews all over your website and not just on a single review page, what’s stopping you from using them in the best way possible?
How to embed Google reviews on my website for free?
Embedding Google reviews to any website is easy. All you need to do is:
Can I embed Google reviews on my website?
How to embed a Google review widget for website for free?
There are three things you need to do: