Five-Star Ratings System

    • How You Can Use Genuine Product Reviews to Market Your Business

      If there’s one thing that consistently leads to higher sales figures, it’s social proof. And customer reviews and testimonials are among the most effective social proof techniques available. Thus, it follows that if you use product reviews in your marketing strategy, you’ll enjoy higher sales. Why, then, are only some companies marketing their reviews in an effective manne ...

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  • Times Square Led Facebook Check-Ins Last New Year’s Eve

    … destination by reading reviews and ratings of restaurants in the area. Each restaurant page on Facebook includes a reviews section at the top. There, you can browse star ratings and reviews from friends who have been there and glean some inside intel about what to order when you go (don’t forget to try the foie gras!). You can simply search…

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  • Why Did Facebook Revamp Its Places Page?

    Facebook appears to have quietly revamped its Places page, adding distinctive cover images and different sections by city and category, along with integration with the social network’s page locations application-programming interface, Graph Search queries and user-generated content. Reader Matteo Gamba shared several screenshots with AllFacebook.

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  • Facebook Revamps Reviews for Places’ Pages

    … Facebook appears to have redesigned its presentation of reviews of pages for local places, along with their accompanying scores under the five-star ratings system. Reader Matteo Gamba shared the screenshot above of the new look, which can also be found here. Readers: Are you seeing this on places’ pages? What do you think? …

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  • Facebook Testing Local Rankings On Pages For Restaurants, Hotels?

    … Facebook appears to be experimenting with a little dash of Yelp on its pages for business such as restaurants and hotels, as local rankings are appearing on some of those pages. Reader Veronica Gentili shared the screenshot above, in which the page for a restaurant displays its average rating in Facebook's five-star ratings system, followed by its local rank and number of likes and visits (presumably check-ins). Readers: Have you seen anything similar? …

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