Anyone who has used tech for some length of time will know how sensitive businesses are to online reputation. Customers that are either delighted or annoyed flock to the Social Media pages of their target. They then let them know all about the experience. Writing easy to read, clear and concise online reviews is a skill easily learnt. Whats equally exciting is that Social Media platforms have now integrated easy methods for anyone for recommendations. These become visible too when the post is public.
Learn to write online reviews
Anyone can write a review. Reviews that are well written are really valued, even ones that offer constructove criticism. Your reviews become more visible and your status as reviewer grows when you become a Google local guide. Once you pass their local guide level 5, you can join their forums and earn rewards from Google too. The course also takes you through the most coveted platforms. You will learn how to write excellent reviews for each platform. This skill means that they are neither too short nor too long winded. Understanding how to write reviews effectively and using the right language will mean that online resourcing companies may even seek you out. It is recommended for those that are completely inexperienced to complete the 30 ways in 30 days intensive short course first.
The course has been written specifically for those that have a good sense of online etiquette and have been writing online reviews for around 6 months. If you would like to find out a little more about the course have a look at the overview at the 30 ways in 30 days blog.
About the Author
Ruth Richards-Hill is a digital evangelist, She believes that there is a place for everyone in the digital economy whether they left school with no qualifications, or they have a post graduate degree. Ruth brings ideas and resources together building an environment of empowerment and enablement. She runs a successful digital consultancy and works with corporates and small home business owners alike