Hurt by Bad Reviews? Here’s a Special Offer Just for You

Special offer 50% off

If your business received more than ten reviews rated as 1, 2 or 3 stars since January 2015, you qualify for a special offer, 50% OFF  for the first 6 months.

Not sure if you qualify, call 252-715-4750 and we’ll run a FREE REPUTATION SCAN for you.

You’ve  been hurt enough, let us help you get on your feet by rising your star rating to 4 and 5. Trust me, there is no better feeling than a customer raving about your service or products online. Plus, it will help bring more business because:

  • 92% of consumers now read online reviews (vs. 88% in 2014)
  • 40% of consumers form an opinion by reading just 1-3 reviews (vs. 29% in 2014)
  • Star rating is #1 factor used by consumers to judge a business
  • 68% say positive reviews make them trust a local business more (vs. 72% in 2014)

Click HERE to claim this offer. Here’s what you need to do:

Subject field write: I want 50% off

On your email, include your business phone number and your business address.  If you have multiple locations, please include each one as well.

This special offer ends August 31st.

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