This is a quick video, so you can learn where to find your Google and Facebook review links. You will need to include one of these links in the email you send out to your students. Always try to build up your Google reviews first as there are more benefits with higher Google reviews than any other platform. Check you our last video on the benefits of Google reviews for your school.
More reviews on Google will
- Improve your SEO and your online visibility
- Build brand awareness
- Understand your students better (their feedback)
- Generate more traffic to your site
- Boost sales
If you don't have a website, then focus on Facebook reviews.
Emailing your Students for Reviews
Don't be shy when asking your students for reviews, most students are more than happy to leave a review. Recent studies have shown that if asked: "71% of consumers would be happy to leave a business a review".
Reviews are the key to attracting more students and growing your school so make it a big part of your marketing.
How to ask your students for a review.
The easiest was is to email your students and ask them. Don' overthink it, a simple email will be enough
Subject: Quick question
I hope you are enjoying your course to date. Do you have any feedback for us
I want to ask you if you won't mind leaving our school a quick review on Google?
It would only take a minute, please click here and you will be taken there directly
Please of you have time, can you mention the quality of the teachers, how you liked our method etc
If you have any questions, please contact me
Timing is everything
The key to getting more Google reviews is timing! If you get the timing right, you can increase the number of reviews you receive by up to 8 times!
The best time to ask a student to leave you a review is when they are the most excited and engaged. This is usually a week or two into the course. You will have to play about with this to find the optimum time. New Students are more likely leave reviews that older ones because they are feeling the most grateful for your service. Asking at the optimum time can get 40% of your students to leave a review as opposed to approx. 10% of old students.