We took Hank to the vet last week for a check up and to get established with a new vet. I got an email today thanking me for my visit and a quick thumbs up/thumbs down asking me how I’d rate my visit. They got a thumbs up (the notes said “Hank is a great dog!” obviously I love them) and I was sent to a thank you landing page that so perfectly and politely asks for reviews and more information I couldn’t help but share.
Here’s what I love:
- Options – I don’t have to write a review on Yelp, I can write it where I want to
- Explanation– they’re right, I look online at reviews and it IS important. No hiding it, it’s a fact!
- Simple– yes there’s 3 options, but it’s obvious what the page is for and it’s not overwhelming, and it’s not forcing me to do anything if I don’t want to
We all know the importance of reviews and online testimonials for our businesses, but how do you ask for them without sounding desperate or trolling? I think this is one great example of how to do this. Have you seen other examples you like?