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How to get reviews from your clients
How to get reviews from your clients

Follow these steps to build up your online reputation thanks to clients reviews.

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Written by Scott Van Strydonck
Updated over a week ago

Option 1: Share the link via email or social media

You can copy the link to the review page of your agency and share it by your own means. 

Option 2: Send a Sortlist email template to your clients

You can send an automatic email to multiple clients by adding their email addresses. Click on "invite to review":

You'll then be able to add multiple email addresses and invite them to leave a review on your profile:

This is the email they will receive: 

No matter the option you choose, your clients will land directly into the review system of your agency:

⚠️ For the review to appear, your clients will have to confirm it by clicking on the button in the email they'll receive from Sortlist.

Option 3: Add existing reviews on Sortlist

You can add past clients' reviews on your Sortlist profile to increase your chances to win new clients. However, asking for your clients to rewrite a review can be complicated.

That's why we made it possible for you to add to your profile the reviews you already received. 

Here are the steps to follow if you want to add an existing review : 

Step 1 : Go to the review section

Step 2: Click on "Add existing review" 

Step 3: Fill the form 

1️⃣ Select the number of stars and copy/paste your client review.
2️⃣ Enter the review source such as Trustpilot, Google Business or Facebook.
3️⃣ Enter the client's details.
4️⃣ Select the language of the message they will receive. 

Here is the message your client will receive from Sortlist :

Step 4: Receive a confirmation

Once your client accepted the review, you will receive a confirmation email by Sortlist.

That's it, you are good to go. Go catch those reviews and build up your online reputation.

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