Scary Responses Customer Reviews

October is the month of tricks, treats and all things spooky. But do you know one thing that shouldn’t be scary — even on Halloween? Your responses to customer reviews! Sure, it can be easy to get spooked by the occasional negative review. But the way you respond to a negative review (or don’t) plays a huge role in how much…

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One Bad Review

Introduction Negative reviews are a fact of life for businesses — even the most customer-focused ones. No matter how great a product or service is, it’s simply impossible to please every person every single time. Negative reviews may be unavoidable, but that doesn’t businesses welcome them. That’s because this content can do some serious damage…

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AmazonBasics Safety Allgeations

AmazonBasics has been making headline news lately. First there were the antitrust allegations, which claim the company uses insider data to develop its own private label products that directly compete with other brands. Amazon launched its first private label brand, “AmazonBasics” in 2009. Today, they have more than 200 private label brands in a variety of…

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7 ways to respond to negative reviews

As a customer-focused business, you work hard to deliver products and experiences your shoppers love. So ideally, every single one of your shoppers would sing your praises. But that’s just not realistic. Sometimes, things go wrong. Perhaps a shipment is delayed or a shopper receives an item that’s been damaged in transit. Or maybe a…

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Respond to Negative Reviews Yelp OpenTable Amazon

Everything you need to know when it comes to responding to negative feedback online. People writing negative reviews want to be heard. They want someone to know that they were disappointed with their experience and want their issue resolved. You need to address customer comments in a way that is personal, authentic, and truly helpful.…

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Monitoring Adverse Effects - Reviews

In 2009, Peanut Corp. of America lost $1 billion, went bankrupt and closed up its business. All these happened because a batch of their peanut butter was contaminated with salmonella. As a result, 9 people died and hundreds more fell sick after consuming their peanut butter. In a similar incident, Pfizer had to pull its bestselling…

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