Scientific proof: Google Reviews = Higher Revenues Edit Title & Configs

So you have your business listed in Google My Business, and therefore, you're collecting Google Reviews.


What does that mean for increased revenues?

According to Womply, businesses with a Google My Business listing and are seeking reviews average 10% more in annual revenue than the average business, but those who don’t have one average 24% less in annual revenue.

And if your business is listed on at least 3 review sites (like Google, Yelp, Facebook, and TripAdvisor), you'll likely earn 36% more revenue than the typical business.

Meanwhile, businesses who don’t claim their listing on any review sites average about 24% less annual revenue than the typical business.

It costs you NOTHING to get a 5-star Google Review. But getting them....yeah, that takes a solid plan that's well-executed.