Just like a haunted house, getting parents to write reviews can be scary. Google Business profiles collect cobwebs as years go by without a review of your school. To demystify the issue of how to get reviews, no sleuthing is required! In this article, we’ll highlight two major platforms Charter Connect encourages current and prospective clients to use to treat themselves with more five star reviews!
Facebook the Friendly Platform
Facebook is not just a social media platform to post the kids costumes on November 1. With the ability to link your Facebook to Google Business, your parents can leave five star reviews that enhance your credibility on the world’s premier search engine while they drink their morning coffee. Its ease and frequency of use by the majority of parents means it is an optimal platform to encourage reviews. Our treat to you in November, QR codes for all ghosts and ghouls to leave reviews on your Facebook in the months to come! Leaving your QR code in the front office, around the school during school events like parent teacher conferences, or even in your school newsletter gives parents an easy way to access your QR code with a friendly reminder to leave reviews.
Unmask the Positives of Education Oriented Platforms
Platforms that are educationally centered allow current and prospective parents to go straight to the source. Personalized insights from parents, students, and faculty alike will give an encompassing picture of your school along with the links to your website and social media. It also offers a higher tier of credibility for potential hires as well. While Facebook reviews will entice families, reviews from platforms like Great Schools and Niche can be utilized by potential hires.
Excited by the potential reviews have to offer? Spooked by the thought of wondering if your Facebook is even connected to your Google Business page? Let the experts here at Charter Connect shine the light. We have Search Engine Optimization, Google ads, Facebook ads, content creation, and many more services to help you avoid the marketing scares.