What to ask to get the most out of your partnership
On a normal day, shoppers say reviews are the #1 thing on a product page that helps them make a buying decision. And at a time where so much shopping behavior has shifted online, the importance of quality user-generated content (UGC) has increased tenfold. If your business isn’t already working with a trusted ratings and reviews provider, this shift in commerce may have you wondering if it’s time to sign a contract.
We’d say yes, it is. But, before you sign on the dotted line… you want to know this provider will have your business’ best interest in mind, collect quality UGC, and support you in building a trustworthy, vibrant UGC program, with consistently fresh ratings, reviews, and visual and social content.
During this webinar, you will learn:
Plus, all attendees will get a copy of our e-book “How to choose a ratings and reviews provider,” which contains even more powerful information for picking a trusted partner.
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Senior Manager, Client Success with 10+ years of experience helping Enterprise organizations across many verticals grow their businesses. James has spent the last 3 years with Bazaarvoice helping brands and retailers engage with their customers and provide them with content that gives them confidence to make the right purchase decision.
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