Bad reviews are inevitable—there’s no way around them. But this doesn’t mean they have to negatively impact you or your firm’s reputation, and it certainly doesn’t mean that you should avoid asking for reviews for fear you’ll receive a negative one. The more positive reviews you have, the less those occasional bad reviews will have an impact on your overall rating, and more importantly, on the overall perception of you formed in the minds of prospective clients.
So, how do you get positive reviews…how do you begin building a barrier against the effects of bad ones? According to Richard, it’s pretty simple: just ask for them, but make sure you ask at the right time. He explains when that time is and why, and how to implement a system for making sure you get good reviews on a continual basis.
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